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LEED-AP-ID+C Exam Dumps - LEED AP Interior Design + Construction (LEED AP ID+C) V4

Question # 4

The contractor has submitted waste hauling reports for review in order to achieve Materials and Resources Credit, Construction and Demolition Waste Management. Which of the following by-products on the documentation contribute toward the credit?

A.

Excavated soil

B.

Wood derived fuel

C.

Items sent to the local incinerator

D.

Fine waste used as Alternate Daily Cover

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Question # 5

Which project team members should be present at a goal setting workshop when using an Integrative Process project approach?

A.

Only the design team members

B.

Owner, designer, and contractor

C.

All principal project team members

D.

Project team members with LEED® Credentials

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Question # 6

Which of the following would contribute to the Location and Transportation Credit, Surrounding Density and Diverse Uses, Option 2. Diverse Uses?

A.

An existing bus stop located 1/4 mi. (0.40 km) away from the LEED project's main entrance

B.

An existing restaurant that is 3/4 mi. (1.20 km) away from the LEED project's main entrance

C.

An existing fast-food restaurant with no drive-in service located 1/8 mi. (0.20 km) away from the LEED project's main entrance

D.

A planned school that will be occupied within 18 months of the date of the LEED project's initial certificate of occupancy and is located 1/4 mi. (0.40 km) away from the LEED project's main entrance

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Question # 7

A project owner requests that additional outside air be provided to the building occupants in order to improve employee health, welfare, well-being and productivity. However, doing so could make it more difficult to achieve which credit?

A.

Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Acoustic Performance

B.

Energy and Atmosphere Credit, Advanced Energy Metering

C.

Energy and Atmosphere Credit, Optimize Energy Performance

D.

Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Enhanced Indoor Air Quality Strategies

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Question # 8

Source reduction appears at the top of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) hierarchy because it

A.

reduces environmental impacts by reusing existing materials

B.

reduces environmental impacts associated with material containing high levels of toxic chemicals

C.

reduces environmental impacts throughout the material's life cycle by specifying recycled content in the material selected

D.

reduces environmental impacts throughout the material's life cycle, from the supply chain and use to recycling and waste disposal

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Question # 9

A tenant moves into an existing building where no modifications to the building envelope will be made. What credit would be affected by the visible light transmittance of the existing exteriorglazing?

A.

Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Daylight

B.

Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Quality Views

C.

Materials and Resources Credit, Interiors Life-Cycle Impact Reduction

D.

Energy and Atmosphere Credit, Fundamental Commissioning and Verification

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Question # 10

Which systems must be commissioned to earn Energy and Atmosphere Prerequisite, Fundamental Commissioning and Verification?

A.

Fire suppression

B.

Irrigation controls

C.

Building Envelope

D.

Daylighting controls

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Question # 11

Which of the following would achieve an exemplary performance credit?

A.

Conducting two goal setting workshops

B.

Demonstrating a 55% potable water savings

C.

Achieving an 80% parking capacity reduction

D.

Signing a one-year contract for renewable energy

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Question # 12

Which standard reference can be used to find minimum ventilation rates?

A.

ASHRAE 55-2010

B.

ASHRAE 90.1-2010

C.

SCAQMD Rule 1168

D.

ASHRAE 62.1-2010

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Question # 13

An owner has expressed concerns to the LEED AP about the costs associated with the integrative process. How can the LEED AP relieve the owner's concerns?

A.

The LEED AP should explain to the owner that since the integrative process is not a prerequisite, it can be dropped from the project thus cutting back project costs

B.

The LEED AP should explain that while the first costs and the design fees will be higher due to the integrative

process, the operational savings will make up for the extra costs

C.

The LEED AP should explain that the integrative process can easily be postponed and reconsidered until after

the design for the construction phase, when it will most likely save costs for the project

D.

The LEED AP should explain that the integrative process reduces costs by avoiding delays associated with design changes during the construction document phase and reducing change orders during construction

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Question # 14

In addition to the Material Type, what other information needs to be included in the Construction and Demolition Waste Management Calculation?

A.

Waste stream, total waste, diverted waste, waste to landfill

B.

Waste volume, commingled waste, wood for energy, reused items

C.

Donated waste, landfill waste, percentage of cardboard with recycled content, diverted waste

D.

Percentage of alternative daily cover (ADC) produced by the sorting facility, total of donated items, total of wood recycled, total of wood reused

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Question # 15

A renovation project includes both a new kitchen sink and shower and an existing lavatory and water closet within the LEED project boundary. How would the project perform the Water Efficiency Credit, Indoor Water Use Reduction calculations?

A.

Include only the newly installed fixtures and exclude the existing fixtures

B.

Include only the existing fixtures and exclude the newly installed fixtures

C.

Include all fixtures (new and existing); the baseline for the existing fixtures would be the flush/flow rates of the existing fixtures prior to retrofit

D.

Include all fixtures (new and existing); the baseline for the existing fixtures would be the same baseline flush/flow rates used for the new fixtures

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Question # 16

A project seeking to achieve Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Low Emitting Materials has outdated certifications demonstrating that the wall and ceiling paint are low emitting materials. What should the LEED AP do?

A.

Unattempt the credit

B.

Submit documentation as is

C.

Request that the room be repainted with compliant paint

D.

Obtain current certifications for the wall and ceiling paints

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Question # 17

Based on the results of a six-hour waste stream study, the team for an Interior Design and Construction Retail project plans to provide dedicated areas for four recyclable waste streams: cardboard, plastic, metal, and paper.

The project is open to the public 10 hours a day, six days a week. Which of the following actions should be the project team's top priority in order to demonstrate the minimum requirements to achieve Materials and Resources Prerequisite, Storage and Collection of Recyclables?

A.

Take appropriate measures for the safe collection, storage and disposal of batteries

B.

Make a waste stream projection for the entire year based on the six hours of the waste stream study

C.

Make a waste stream projection for the entire week, based on the six hours of the waste stream study

D.

Extend the waste stream study to cover a representative time period of a minimum of 24 hours to identify the top five recyclable waste streams

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Question # 18

A Client is fitting out a building with area 20,500 ft2 (1 904.5 m2) and wishes to pursue the Energy and Atmosphere Credit, Enhanced Commissioning. Who may be appointed as the Commissioning Authority (CxA) for the project?

A.

An employee of the architecture or engineering firm but not a member of the design team

B.

A sub-consultant to the architecture or engineering firm but not a member of the design team

C.

A subcontractor of the general contractor or construction manager but not a member of the construction team

D.

An employee or subcontractor of the general contractor or construction manager and a member of the construction team

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Question # 19

Which sentence is true about Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

A.

RECs can be used to mitigate the effects of all scope two emissions.

B.

RECs can be used toward both electric and nonelectric energy use.

C.

RECs can be used to mitigate emissions from purchased electricity.

D.

RECs can be used to mitigate emissions from electricity produced on site.

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Question # 20

A design team is working on the hotel interior project in a hot and dry location. A heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system is within the project scope. Which of the following strategies will contribute to minimization of ozone depleting potential and global warming potential for the project?

A.

Purchasing carbon offsets

B.

Providing operable windows

C.

Incorporating evaporative cooling

D.

Using multiple small packaged units

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Question # 21

A photovoltaic (PV) system was installed after commissioning (Cx) was completed on a 35,000 ft2 (3 252 m2) project. What actions need to take place in order to meet compliance for Energy and Atmosphere Prerequisite, Fundamental Commissioning and Verification?

A.

No action is necessary as the PV system is not required to be commissioned

B.

The PV system installer should commission their own installations and share the results with the project owner

C.

The building's electrical engineer should commission the installation and share the results with the project owner

D.

The Cx agent for the project must return and conduct or oversee the commissioning of the PV system

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Question # 22

The project team for a bank project located in a mall is wondering whether they can earn Location and Transportation Credit Surrounding Density and Diverse Uses, Option 2. Diverse Uses. When evaluating a map of nearby diverse uses, which of the following would you recommend to be entered in the calculation?

A.

Health club, Laundromat, Post office, Restaurant

B.

Hair salon, Movie Theater, Pharmacy, Restaurant

C.

Clothing store, Commercial office, Eye doctor, Supermarket

D.

Convenience store, Furniture store, Hardware store, Pharmacy

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Question # 23

Which material would have the largest contribution to Materials and Resources Credit, Building Product Disclosure and Optimization- Sourcing of Raw Materials, Option 2. Leadership Extraction Practices?

A.

75% Rainforest Alliance Certified flooring with a total cost of $3,000 USD

B.

10% Rainforest Alliance Certified furniture with a total cost of $30,000 USD

C.

50% Rainforest Alliance Certified wood veneer with a total cost of $5,000 USD

D.

100% Rainforest Alliance Certified wheatboard with a total cost of $2,000 USD

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Question # 24

A project's installed water fixtures do not exceed WaterSense maximum levels. Which compliance path should the LEED AP select under Water Efficiency Prerequisite, Indoor Water Use Reduction, and what type of documentation is required to demonstrate compliance with this path?

A.

Compliance Path 1: Prescriptive Achievement; product cutsheets

B.

Compliance Path 2: Usage-Based Calculation; indoor water use calculations

C.

Compliance Path 1: Prescriptive Achievement; indoor water use calculations

D.

Compliance Path 2. Usage-Based Calculation; prescriptive compliance confirmation

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Question # 25

A proposed LEED project will be located within the boundary of a development that has been successfully certified at the Silver level under LEED for Neighborhood Development. The project will earn 10 points from the Location and Transportation Credit, LEED for Neighborhood Development Location. How many additional credit points are available to the project team under the Location and Transportation category?

A.

Zero additional points are available under the Location and Transportation category

B.

Two additional points are available only in Location and Transportation Reduced Parking Footprint

C.

Eight additional points are available under the Location and Transportation category

D.

18 additional points are available under the Location and Transportation category

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Question # 26

A mechanical engineer needs to identify spaces that are considered densely occupied according to LEED in order to document

A.

Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Interior Lighting, Option 2

B.

Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Thermal Comfort, Control Requirements

C.

Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Indoor Air Quality Assessment, Option 2. Air Testing

D.

Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Enhanced Indoor Air Quality Strategies, Option 2 C. Carbon Dioxide Monitoring

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Question # 27

What primary role does the LEED AP have during the LEED certification process?

A.

Runs weekly construction meetings

B.

Authors the Owner's Project Requirements (OPR) document

C.

Determines the LEED certification status of the project

D.

Helps project team members understand the rating system

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Question # 28

The WaterSense label or local equivalent requirement in Water Efficiency Prerequisite, Indoor Water Use Reduction ensures that eligible newly installed plumbing fixtures will

A.

be advertised as LEED compliant

B.

be both water efficient and high performing

C.

comply with mandatory federal government regulations

D.

comply with all international plumbing system requirements

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Question # 29

Which of the following plumbing fixtures apply to the calculations in Water Efficiency Prerequisite, Indoor Water Use Reduction?

A.

Toilets, urinals, pre-rinse spray valves

B.

Toilets, private lavatory faucets, dishwashers

C.

Urinals, public lavatory faucets, kitchen sink faucets

D.

Urinals, showerheads, commercial kitchen pot filling faucets

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Question # 30

A mechanical engineer needs to determine the number of carbon dioxide monitors needed for the public area of a hotel. The public area includes the hotel front desk, the hotel lobby, two public restrooms and one corridor.

The aim is to achieve Indoor Environmental Quality Credit, Enhanced Indoor Air Quality Strategies, Option 2. Additional Enhanced IAQ Strategies, Part C. Carbon Dioxide Monitoring. The project's LEED AP

should recommend a minimum of how many CO2 monitors?

A.

One

B.

Two

C.

Four

D.

Five

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