Lesson 1

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Lesson 1
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2013-04-16 00:41:15
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Lesson 1 of landscaping
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  1. Usually the greatest distinction between a landscape designer and a landscape architect is:

    A. The technical difficulty and size of the projects.
    B. How much money they make.
    C. Their ability to crate beautiful landscapes.
    D. The type of plants they use in their designs.
    A. The technical difficulty and size of the projects.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. All of the following are generally considered projects for a landscape designer EXCEPT:

    A. Developing a landscape plan for a homeowner.
    B. Composing a design for parking and drainage at a new shopping mall.
    C. Overseeing the installation of a residential landscape design.
    D. Managing the care of a completed residential landscape installation.
    B. Composing a design for parking and drainage at a new shopping mall.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. The landscape industry tends to expand regardless of how well the economy is doing because.

    A. There are a great number of people entering the landscape industry when the economy is good, and these people offer a greater number of products and services.
    B. When the economy is doing well, many people can afford landscaping products and services, but when the economy is in a slump, people often cannot afford a large purchase such as a new home, so they tend to fix up what they have.
    C. Landscape services are generally less expensive when the economy is in a slump.
    D. People tend to spend more money when the economy is doing well.
    B. When the economy is doing well, many people can afford landscape products and services, but when the economy is in a slump, people often cannot afford a large purchase such as a new home, so they tend to fix up what they have.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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