O&M final

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O&M final
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  1. Replacing curbs with curb ramps resulted in which of the following?

    A the removal of the primary information point for the blind person at a street
    B the removal of a potentially dangerous step down
    C the removal of a primary learning situation for persons who are blind
    D the removal of the primary information point for the hearing impaired person at the street
    A the removal of the primary information point for the blind person at a street
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. The ABA protrusion limits which two of the following to protrude into the travel path more than four inches?

    a obstacles that have leading edges more than 27 inches above the floor or ground
    b obstacles that have leading edges lower than 80 inches above the floor or ground
    c obstacles that have leading edges more than 24 inches above the floor or ground
    d obstacles that have leading edges lower than 100 inches above the floor or ground
    • a obstacles that have leading edges more than 27 inches above the floor or ground
    • b obstacles that have leading edges lower than 80 inches above the floor or ground
  3. The (ADA) of 1990 prohibited discrimination on the basis of disability in which areas?
    A employment, public accommodation places, services, programs, public transportation and telecommunications but not private transportation
    B public accommodation places, services, programs, public transportation, telecommunications, private transportation, but not employment
    C services, programs, public transportation, telecommunications, private transportation, employment, but not public accommodation places
    d. services, programs, public transportation, telecommunications, private transportation, employment, public accommodation places, but not public transportation
    A employment, public accommodation places, services, programs, public transportation and telecommunications but not private transportation
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. Accessibility features that are particularly beneficial to persons with visual impairments?
    A have been slower in coming, less well understood, and less compliable
    B have been slower in coming, less well understood, but not controversial
    C have been adequate in coming, more controversial, and less well understood
    D have been slower in coming, less well understood, and more controversial
    D have been slower in coming, less well understood, and more controversial
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. Which of the following can be helpful to individuals who have low vision?

    A good lighting in elevator lobbies and in elevators
    B full-length mirrored panels in elevator lobbies and in elevators
    C good lighting in elevator lobbies and dem lighting in elevators
    D good lighting in elevator lobbies and full-length mirrored panels in elevators
    A good lighting in elevator lobbies and in elevators
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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