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1. When the stems of daffodils are cut, a sappy secretion will

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1. When the stems of daffodils are cut, a sappy secretion will drip from the cut end; this secretion can harm other flowers in the same bucket or arrangement. To avoid this,
A. plug the daffodil stems so that the secretion can't come out.
B. allow daffodils to stand at room temperature in water for at least six hours after they're cut.
C. use cold water preservative solution in all arrangements with daffodils.
D. never use daffodils with other flowers in arrangements.
2. According to the Aboutflowers.com Web site, freesia
A. have only single flowers.
B. are unscented.
C. have stems that contain a great deal of foliage.
D. are bell-shaped and available in bi-colors.
3. During April, a customer asks you to create an arrangement for an invalid friend who must stay at home for five more days. The invalid friend loves flowers, especially fragrant ones. The amount the customer is willing to spend on the arrangement for this dear friend is so high that you know you won't be limited in your choice of flowers. There are no limits given by the customer as to size or style, but the customer would like the arrangement to include blue-purple and yellow flowers to match the friend's décor. The customer would also like the arrangement to cheer the friend for at least the remaining five days that the friend has to stay at home. You begin planning the arrangement by making a list of form, filler, and line materials, keeping color and fragrance in mind. You check the seasonal availability and vase life of each item in your reference materials.
Which of the following could not be used as filler for this arrangement?
A. Gypsophila
B. Statice
C. Iris
D. Asters
4. The vase life of anthuriums is
A. 3 to 4 weeks.
B. 3 to 5 days.
C. 7 to 10 days.
D. 2 to 3 weeks.
5. Stock flowers have a scent reminiscent of a spice. What spice do they smell like?
A. Dill
B. Clove
C. Cinnamon
D. Pepperberry
6. Which one of the following flowers can be described as having broad, spear-like foliage and fragrant little white bell-shaped flowers?
A. Lily of the Valley
B. Gladiola
C. Sunflower
D. Freesia
7. If a customer tells you that the recipient has allergies to flowers, which of the following flowers should you avoid choosing for the customers order?
A. Gerbera
B. Freesia
C. Snapdragon
D. Dutch iris
8. How many petals does each flower cluster on a hydrangea have?
A. 20
B. 4
C. 6
D. 8
9. During April, a customer asks you to create an arrangement for an invalid friend who must stay at home for five more days. The invalid friend loves flowers, especially fragrant ones. The amount the customer is willing to spend on the arrangement for this dear friend is so high that you know you won't be limited in your choice of flowers. There are no limits given by the customer as to size or style, but the customer would like the arrangement to include blue-purple and yellow flowers to match the friend's décor. The customer would also like the arrangement to cheer the friend for at least the remaining five days that the friend has to stay at home. You begin planning the arrangement by making a list of form, filler, and line materials, keeping color and fragrance in mind. You check the seasonal availability and vase life of each item in your reference materials.
Which of the following might you choose as a form flower for this design task?
A. Narcissus in yellow
B. Gypsophila in white
C. Gladiolus in yellow tones
D. Statice in lavender
10. A unique feature of liatris flowers is that they
A. come in an unusually wide variety of colors.
End of exam
B. have 10 petals each.
C. open from the top of the flower stalk to the bottom.
D. have a lemon fragrance.
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test#1
1. The principle of floral design that uses the ratio 3:5:8 is
A. rhythm.
B. balance.
C. unity.
D. proportion.
2. The design element that refers to an arrangement's final shape and appearance is
A. color.
B. line.
C. form.
D. texture.
3. Which of the following concepts is a principle of floral design?
A. Color
B. Space
C. Line
D. Accent
4. What principle of design refers to the way in which the various components in a design create a single entity?
A. Contrast
B. Unity
C. Pattern
D. Harmony
Exam Figure—Use this illustration to answer the question below. 5. Look at the illustration pictured above. This arrangement emphasizes the _______ form.
A. asymmetrical triangular
B. Hogarth
C. symmetrical triangular
D. fan
6. Which of the following terms represents the name of a hue?
A. Pink
B. Maroon
C. Gray
D. Red
7. When floral designers talk about the surface quality of floral materials, they're referring to the _______ of the floral materials.
A. space
B. form
C. texture
D. style
Exam Figure—Use this illustration to answer the question below. 8. Look at the illustration pictured above. This arrangement contains a/an _______ line.
A. Hogarth
B. oval
C. symmetrical
D. circular
9. Which of the following statements about analogous colors is true?
A. They sharply contrast each other.
B. They include one hue and the colors adjacent to that hue on the color wheel.
C. They're located at three equidistant points on the color wheel.
D. They include only black, white, and gray.
10. A monochromatic color scheme includes
A. more than one color.
B. only red and white.
C. more than one shade.
D. one color and its tints, tones, and shades.
11. To what does the term line refer?
A. The movement of the viewer's eye between two points in a design
B. The style of a design
C. The way plant materials feel to the touch
D. The distance between one point and another
12. Which of the following statements about proportion is true?
A. Correct proportions are pleasing to the eye.
B. Correct proportions make arrangements last longer.
C. Designs that are out of proportion have little monetary value.
D. Designs that are out of proportion are less likely to sell.
13. What is the best way to achieve harmony in a design?
A. Choosing flowers that achieve a pleasing aesthetic
B. Using one type of flower, but in many different colors
C. Using a maximum of three different types of flowers
D. Selecting similarly colored flowers and elements
14. What aspect of floral design do the principles of design govern?
A. The elements of floral design
B. The pricing of floral arrangements
C. The techniques to create arrangements
D. The growing seasons of flowers
15. What does the triad color scheme include?
A. Three hues that span the color wheel at equidistant points
B. Three hues that are adjacent on the color wheel
C. Three neutrals (gray, white, and black)
D. Three different hues
16. The placing of individual parts to form a whole and unified arrangement describes which principle of floral design?
A. Composition
B. Focal emphasis
C. Rhythm
D. Contrast
Exam Figure—Use this illustration to answer the question below. 17. Look at the illustration pictured above. The focal point(s) in this design is/are found at the design's
A. bottom point.
B. top and bottom points.
C. middle point.
D. top point.
18. To create a tint, you would mix a hue with
A. black.
B. gray.
C. yellow.
D. white.
19. Which of the following choices is a descriptive word that's most appropriate to use when describing texture?
A. Dimensional
B. Cold
C. Colorful
D. Velvety
20. Which of the following combinations is an example of a split-complementary color scheme?
A. Blue, red-violet, and violet
B. Blue-green, red, and yellow-green
C. Violet, yellow-green, and yellow-orange
D. Green, red-orange, and yellow-orange

 

 

 

test#2:
1. In nature, an example of a parallel design is a
A. rocky creek bed.
B. tumbleweed.
C. forest.
D. snow-capped mountain.
2. _______ refers to the process of tying materials together to hold them in place in an arrangement.
A. Grouping
B. Banding
C. Binding
D. Clustering
3. The floral design style that presents flowers the way they're found in nature is
A. new wave.
B. vegetative.
C. abstract.
D. hand-tied.
4. It's most accurate to say that hand-tied arrangements
A. are especially popular for weddings.
B. include only one or two floral materials.
C. require a concealed water supply.
D. are difficult to carry.
5. An abundance of flowers, a rounded shape, and a variety of colors describe which style?
A. Mille de Fleur
B. Vegetative
C. Ikebana
D. Formal linear
6. The main element involved in basing is
A. color.
B. theme.
C. texture.
D. line.
7. When three lilies are arranged in a pattern in which the largest lily is lowest and the next one up is smaller and the next one is even smaller than the second, the designer is using the technique called
A. sequencing.
B. clustering.
C. basing.
D. framing.
8. Which of the following design techniques would generally be employed in a new-convention arrangement?
A. Sequencing
B. Banding
C. Binding
D. Framing
9. Which of the following styles is related to the Mille de Fleur style?
A. New wave
B. Waterfall
C. Landscape
D. Flemish
10. It's most accurate to say that contemporary design styles
A. show customers that floral shops seek high-end clientele.
B. create more opportunity for the shop to be profitable because they use less-expensive flowers.
C. allow designers the opportunity to work with better flowers.
D. allow materials to maintain their integrity; customers can appreciate each component's beauty, and therefore, the design's value.
11. Which one of the following statements regarding taping is most accurate?
A. Overtaping is the best way to ensure that your arrangements stay in place.
B. Diagonal tape patterns are recommended over foam.
C. Tape should extend at least halfway down the sides of a container.
D. Tape should blend in well with the color of the base.
12. Contemporary arrangements are usually
A. full.
B. uncluttered.
C. composed of many materials.
D. placed in massive vases.
13. Floral designers use the _______ technique when they place two pieces of identical material in an arrangement, one immediately behind the other.
A. terracing
B. shadowing
C. grouping
D. framing
14. In a floral arrangement, the focal area is often
A. the smallest flower in the arrangement.
B. the container in which the arrangement is held.
C. the largest flower in the arrangement.
D. established by using secondary flowers in the arrangement.
15. The foam for what type of arrangements is often held in place with pan glue instead of bowl tape?
A. Arrangements in glass vases
B. Traditional arrangements
C. Contemporary arrangements
D. Hand-tied arrangements
16. The design's _______ is often established where the stems meet and cross.
A. frame
B. shape
C. focal area
D. form
17. What is the difference between layering and terracing?
A. In layering, materials such as leaves can't be reversed to reveal different colors on the back. But in terracing, they can.
B. More depth can be achieved with layering than with terracing.
C. In terracing, the materials used are thicker than in layering.
D. In layering, the materials are more three-dimensional than in terracing.
18. Wood picks, steels picks, and floral tape are part of an arragement's
A. theme.
B. style.
C. texture.
D. mechanics.
19. Which design style encourages a complete manipulation of floral materials into unnatural geometric shapes and colors?
A. New wave
B. Ikebana
C. Abstract
D. New convention
20. Ikebana designs are very sensitive to
A. color.
B. mechanics.
C. nature.
D. texture.

 

 

 

test#3:
One of your friends who works at a local public TV station knows that you wish to break into event-floral designing. She attended a party last week for which you had created an amazing set piece that surrounded a small dance floor. Impressed with your work, she asks you to supply floral arrangements for a popular local rock band’s live TV concert airing next month. In exchange for your work, you’ll receive an on- screen plug, and you’ll be allowed to hand out your business brochures to the studio audience. A great opportunity to make a name for yourself has fallen in your lap. What will you do to get noticed while at the same time giving this very modern and sophisticated band an artful set to back them? 1. You're told that the set's background will be white, and that this band usually wears black. You decide to create arrangements with an attention-getting color combination of yellow-orange, red-violet, and blue- green. These colors create a/an _______ color scheme.
A. analogous
B. complementary
C. split-complementary
D. triad
Read the paragraph below then answer the question.
A customer comes into your shop carrying a gorgeous oval bowl. It’s very large and low, and has a pale gray crackled glaze. He tells you it’s a bonsai container that he picked up during a trip to Japan. He asks you to make an arrangement of fresh flowers that will be placed in this bowl. The arrangement will then be displayed in the foyer of his business for a celebration that will take place there next week. The furnishings in the foyer are very modern. The bowl will be placed on a counter, so the arrangement will be visible from both sides. The customer says that the colors in the foyer are black, white, and gray. He wants an artistic arrangement that suits the bowl. After he leaves your shop, you decide that a parallel-systems floral design is just what this container needs. 2. You decide to cover the bare foam that's left visible in this striking, contemporary arrangement with maroon leaves that have an interesting gray reverse. You place the leaves on top of each other so that the edges of many of the leaves form a flat pattern and all the foam disappears. This technique is called basing by
A. pavé.
B. terracing.
C. layering.
D. pillowing.
Read the paragraph below then answer the question.
A customer comes into your shop carrying a gorgeous oval bowl. It’s very large and low, and has a pale gray crackled glaze. He tells you it’s a bonsai container that he picked up during a trip to Japan. He asks you to make an arrangement of fresh flowers that will be placed in this bowl. The arrangement will then be displayed in the foyer of his business for a celebration that will take place there next week. The furnishings in the foyer are very modern. The bowl will be placed on a counter, so the arrangement will be visible from both sides. The customer says that the colors in the foyer are black, white, and gray. He wants an artistic arrangement that suits the bowl. After he leaves your shop, you decide that a parallel-systems floral design is just what this container needs. 3. What must define your parallel-systems design for this customer?
A. A perfect line of massed chrysanthemums forming concentric circles of color
B. An S-curve of ivy cascading below the bowl
C. A variety of spring flowers arranged as if they were growing in a garden
D. At least two parallel groups of upright flowering branches used as line materials
Read the paragraph below then answer the question.
One of your friends who works at a local public TV station knows that you wish to break into event-floral designing. She attended a party last week for which you had created an amazing set piece that surrounded a small dance floor. Impressed with your work, she asks you to supply floral arrangements for a popular local rock band’s live TV concert airing next month. In exchange for your work, you’ll receive an on- screen plug, and you’ll be allowed to hand out your business brochures to the studio audience. A great opportunity to make a name for yourself has fallen in your lap. What will you do to get noticed while at the same time giving this very modern and sophisticated band an artful set to back them? 4. You want to make a reference to this band's punk influences while also updating the set piece to reflect your own feelings about their music. To do so, what type of elements should your set piece contain?
A. Flemish arrangements that have fallen and broken
B. Ikebana arrangements with an abstract style
C. Waterfall arrangements with colorful elements
D. New wave–style arrangements with an interpretive approach
5. You've been asked to create a small, vegetative arrangement that will be placed on a fireplace mantel. Which of the following flower combinations would work best in this style of arrangement?
A. Lily of the valley and sunflower
B. Poinsettia and hydrangea
C. Geranium and holly
D. Daffodil and iris
Read the paragraph below then answer the question.
You’ve been asked to create four bridesmaids’ bouquets for an upcoming fall wedding. The wedding will be held outdoors on a farm next to hayfields and an old, red country barn. The bridesmaids will be wearing dark cranberry dresses. The bride asks you to create a sample bouquet. It should be in a circular form and feature seasonal flowers in bold colors that complement the colors of the wedding and the setting. 6. In regard to the setting of the event, the design of the bouquets, the color scheme, and the availability of seasonal flowers, which of the following groups of flowers would be the most appropriate to use for the bridesmaids' bouquets?
A. Sunflowers, gerbera, asters, chrysanthemums, and statice
B. Calla, anthurium, bird of paradise, and orchids
C. Daffodils, tulips, irises, and lilies
D. Liatris, gladiolus, lily of the valley, and snapdragon
Read the paragraph below then answer the question.
A customer requests a romantic arrangement that will be placed on a piano in her living room, which is pale pink and white. Her friend, a professional pianist, has graciously offered to entertain her extended family at a reunion that will be held at her house. She wants to honor this friend with a fluid, eye-catching arrangement to complement the classical music that will be played. You immediately suggest a Hogarth arrangement. 7. You decide to use pink, rose, maroon, and mauve flowers. These colors make up a _______ color scheme.
A. analogous
B. monochromatic
C. triad
D. complementary
Read the paragraph below then answer the question.
A customer requests a romantic arrangement that will be placed on a piano in her living room, which is pale pink and white. Her friend, a professional pianist, has graciously offered to entertain her extended family at a reunion that will be held at her house. She wants to honor this friend with a fluid, eye-catching arrangement to complement the classical music that will be played. You immediately suggest a Hogarth arrangement. 8. Which of the following containers would be best to use for your Hogarth arrangement?
A. A low, ball-shaped glass vase filled with water
B. A ceramic dish filled with dry foam and river rocks
C. A low basket with a plastic liner
D. A tall, ceramic vase filled with wet foam that has room for water
Read the paragraph below then answer the question.
One of your friends who works at a local public TV station knows that you wish to break into event-floral designing. She attended a party last week for which you had created an amazing set piece that surrounded a small dance floor. Impressed with your work, she asks you to supply floral arrangements for a popular local rock band’s live TV concert airing next month. In exchange for your work, you’ll receive an on- screen plug, and you’ll be allowed to hand out your business brochures to the studio audience. A great opportunity to make a name for yourself has fallen in your lap. What will you do to get noticed while at the same time giving this very modern and sophisticated band an artful set to back them? 9. In several areas of your set design, you decide to place identically drooping gladiola leaves in pairs, one behind the other. This technique is called
A. clustering.
B. sequencing.
C. shadowing.
End of exam
D. grouping.
Read the paragraph below then answer the question.
A customer comes into your shop carrying a gorgeous oval bowl. It’s very large and low, and has a pale gray crackled glaze. He tells you it’s a bonsai container that he picked up during a trip to Japan. He asks you to make an arrangement of fresh flowers that will be placed in this bowl. The arrangement will then be displayed in the foyer of his business for a celebration that will take place there next week. The furnishings in the foyer are very modern. The bowl will be placed on a counter, so the arrangement will be visible from both sides. The customer says that the colors in the foyer are black, white, and gray. He wants an artistic arrangement that suits the bowl. After he leaves your shop, you decide that a parallel-systems floral design is just what this container needs. 10. You decide that tulips can be added to this parallel-systems design if you make them appear as if they're an upright column. To keep the tulips from bending as they often do, you tie them with raffia, a technique known as
A. framing.
B. binding.
C. skeletonizing.
D. banding.

Expert:  ehabtutor replied 1 year ago.
ok i will work on them, but please add each test to a new question and start with "To Ehab Tutor Only" and add the appropriate amount to each question.

regards,
ehab tutor
Expert:  ehabtutor replied 1 year ago.
Hi Ester,
Where you able to check the answers I sent to you?

Let me know if you need any more help

Regards,
Ehab Tutor
Customer: replied 1 year ago.

to: Ehab Tutor Only


yes I did thanks.
so how much do you want for every test because I payed 48.00 for the first test and I was hopping to get more then one test out of that price.


so maybe work a price out for every question.


 


thanks for your help. also ill add one test to this question,if its possible for you to answer.


 


test#1
1. The principle of floral design that uses the ratio 3:5:8 is
A. rhythm.
B. balance.
C. unity.
D. proportion.
2. The design element that refers to an arrangement's final shape and appearance is
A. color.
B. line.
C. form.
D. texture.
3. Which of the following concepts is a principle of floral design?
A. Color
B. Space
C. Line
D. Accent
4. What principle of design refers to the way in which the various components in a design create a single entity?
A. Contrast
B. Unity
C. Pattern
D. Harmony
Exam Figure—Use this illustration to answer the question below. 5. Look at the illustration pictured above. This arrangement emphasizes the _______ form.
A. asymmetrical triangular
B. Hogarth
C. symmetrical triangular
D. fan
6. Which of the following terms represents the name of a hue?
A. Pink
B. Maroon
C. Gray
D. Red
7. When floral designers talk about the surface quality of floral materials, they're referring to the _______ of the floral materials.
A. space
B. form
C. texture
D. style
Exam Figure—Use this illustration to answer the question below. 8. Look at the illustration pictured above. This arrangement contains a/an _______ line.
A. Hogarth
B. oval
C. symmetrical
D. circular
9. Which of the following statements about analogous colors is true?
A. They sharply contrast each other.
B. They include one hue and the colors adjacent to that hue on the color wheel.
C. They're located at three equidistant points on the color wheel.
D. They include only black, white, and gray.
10. A monochromatic color scheme includes
A. more than one color.
B. only red and white.
C. more than one shade.
D. one color and its tints, tones, and shades.
11. To what does the term line refer?
A. The movement of the viewer's eye between two points in a design
B. The style of a design
C. The way plant materials feel to the touch
D. The distance between one point and another
12. Which of the following statements about proportion is true?
A. Correct proportions are pleasing to the eye.
B. Correct proportions make arrangements last longer.
C. Designs that are out of proportion have little monetary value.
D. Designs that are out of proportion are less likely to sell.
13. What is the best way to achieve harmony in a design?
A. Choosing flowers that achieve a pleasing aesthetic
B. Using one type of flower, but in many different colors
C. Using a maximum of three different types of flowers
D. Selecting similarly colored flowers and elements
14. What aspect of floral design do the principles of design govern?
A. The elements of floral design
B. The pricing of floral arrangements
C. The techniques to create arrangements
D. The growing seasons of flowers
15. What does the triad color scheme include?
A. Three hues that span the color wheel at equidistant points
B. Three hues that are adjacent on the color wheel
C. Three neutrals (gray, white, and black)
D. Three different hues
16. The placing of individual parts to form a whole and unified arrangement describes which principle of floral design?
A. Composition
B. Focal emphasis
C. Rhythm
D. Contrast
Exam Figure—Use this illustration to answer the question below. 17. Look at the illustration pictured above. The focal point(s) in this design is/are found at the design's
A. bottom point.
B. top and bottom points.
C. middle point.
D. top point.
18. To create a tint, you would mix a hue with
A. black.
B. gray.
C. yellow.
D. white.
19. Which of the following choices is a descriptive word that's most appropriate to use when describing texture?
A. Dimensional
B. Cold
C. Colorful
D. Velvety
20. Which of the following combinations is an example of a split-complementary color scheme?
A. Blue, red-violet, and violet
B. Blue-green, red, and yellow-green
C. Violet, yellow-green, and yellow-orange
D. Green, red-orange, and yellow-orange


 

Expert:  ehabtutor replied 1 year ago.
Hi Ester,

ok I will help you with the remaining 3 tests, The first two tests are 20 questions each, which will involve double the effort and time i already spent on the original question that was present here.

So what i can do is Send you test3 here with the original question.

Then for tests 1 and 2. you add two new questions one for each test.

Let me know if this works.

Remember to add new question for test 1 and 2. and begin the question with "To Ehab Tutor Only". To add a new question you need to use the question box on justanswer.com and not post to this conversation, you will be prompted to add the price for the question.

regards,
ehab tutor
Customer: replied 1 year ago.

To Ehab Tutor Only.
ok so your going to answer test #3 for the same price. and for the other two ask them as another question.


if I got that right then I was thinking more along the lines with 15.00 for each test because a 10 question test is too much for me.


 


please let me know if that works.


Thank you.

Expert:  ehabtutor replied 1 year ago.
Hi Ester,

I will send you test3 shortly here.

Meanwhile, please add two separate questions one for tes1 and one for test2. Begin each with "To Ehab Tutor Only"

Let me know here when you do that

regards,
ehab tutor
Customer: replied 1 year ago.

so can I just get test #3 answers for now.


 


And latter on ill send you the other two tests, because I don't have money at this time.


 


Thanks for your help.

Expert:  ehabtutor replied 1 year ago.
ok
Customer: replied 1 year ago.

 


Thanks, ill be waiting on test # 3.

Expert:  ehabtutor replied 1 year ago.
I will try to send it shortly within today.

regards,
ehab tutor
Customer: replied 1 year ago.


ok

Expert:  ehabtutor replied 1 year ago.
Hi Ester,

Apologies for the latency. I am almost done with test 3

Regards,
ehab tutor
Customer: replied 1 year ago.

Hi Ehab tutor,


 


ok ill be waiting for test 3.


 


Thanks.

Expert:  ehabtutor replied 1 year ago.
ok

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