4 questions Intermediate

### 1 - Life Cycle Cost

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Question 1 of 4 Intermediate

What is the approximate energy savings achieved by using the proportional pressure control mode with a quadratic curve setting?

Question 2 of 4 Intermediate

What are the three initial costs that are the most important factors for a life cycle cosy calculation for commercial buildings?

Question 3 of 4 Intermediate

What does LCC stand for?

Question 4 of 4 Intermediate

In the imaginary scenario, which system is the most expensive?

Question 4 of 4 Intermediate

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Q: What is the approximate energy savings achieved by using the proportional pressure control mode with a quadratic curve setting?
A: No energy savings
02: At least 15%
03: At least 5%
Q: What is the approximate energy savings achieved by using the proportional pressure control mode with a quadratic curve setting?
A: At least 15%
Q: What is the approximate energy savings achieved by using the proportional pressure control mode with a quadratic curve setting?
A: At least 5%
01: No energy savings
02: At least 15%
Q: What are the three initial costs that are the most important factors for a life cycle cosy calculation for commercial buildings?
A: Maintenance cost, operating cost and envirnomental cost
02: Purchase price, maintenance cost and energy cost
03: Operating cost, energy cost and downtime cost
Q: What are the three initial costs that are the most important factors for a life cycle cosy calculation for commercial buildings?
A: Purchase price, maintenance cost and energy cost
Q: What are the three initial costs that are the most important factors for a life cycle cosy calculation for commercial buildings?
A: Operating cost, energy cost and downtime cost
01: Maintenance cost, operating cost and envirnomental cost
02: Purchase price, maintenance cost and energy cost
Q: What does LCC stand for?
A: Life Cycle Cost
Q: What does LCC stand for?
A: Long Cycle Cost
01: Life Cycle Cost
03: Life Cycle Circumstances
Q: What does LCC stand for?
A: Life Cycle Circumstances
01: Life Cycle Cost
02: Long Cycle Cost