4 questions Intermediate

### 10 - An extended look at Building Information Modeling (BIM)

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Question 1 of 4 Intermediate

What data does a data standard apply to?

Question 2 of 4 Intermediate

At which LOD definition are we close to representing the finished product?

Question 3 of 4 Intermediate

What are the main differences between the three rendition levels?

Question 4 of 4 Intermediate

How many LOD definitions are there?

Question 4 of 4 Intermediate

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Q: What data does a data standard apply to?
A: BIMStandard2000
02: BIMMEPaus
03: Retrieving data. Wait a few seconds and try to cut or copy again.
Q: What data does a data standard apply to?
A: BIMMEPaus
Q: What data does a data standard apply to?
A: Retrieving data. Wait a few seconds and try to cut or copy again.
01: BIMStandard2000
02: BIMMEPaus
03: Retrieving data. Wait a few seconds and try to cut or copy again. Your answer
Q: At which LOD definition are we close to representing the finished product?
A: LOD 200
02: LOD 300
03: LOD 500
Q: At which LOD definition are we close to representing the finished product?
A: LOD 300
Q: At which LOD definition are we close to representing the finished product?
A: LOD 500
01: LOD 200
02: LOD 300
Q: What are the main differences between the three rendition levels?
A: The level of visual detail
Q: What are the main differences between the three rendition levels?
A: The level of information in the object
01: The level of visual detail
03: The functionality of the object
Q: What are the main differences between the three rendition levels?
A: The functionality of the object
01: The level of visual detail
02: The level of information in the object