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The basic shapes of roofs are flat, mono-pitched, gabled, hipped, butterfly, arched and domed.
A Gable is the generally triangular portion of a wall between the edges of intersecting roof pitches. The shape of the gable and how it is detailed depends on the structured system used, which reflects climate, material availability and aesthetic concerns.
A gable wall or gable or gable end more commonly refers to the entire wall, including the gable and the wall below it whereas a roof is the covering on the uppermost part of a building or shelter which provides protection from animals and weather.
Would DQ EDGE be adding new features like making friends in DQ Edge and viewing others profiles to interact and discuss with them? 4 years ago
Definitely, DQ Edge is always looking to improve the experience of students. However, we are developing the platform in phases.
With the exam just a few months away, our focus is to help you "Master the Exam" - by building new analytics tools to help you study more effectively within the next few weeks.
Keep looking out for more updates soon!
Team DQ Labs
Yes, they can take the daily quiz but the benefits in actually being prepared for the entrance exams like NATA, NID, UCEED, CEED and NIFT lies in the ability to study and do as much practice as possible which is a big reason to buy into the course to have full control over your ability to crack the entrance exam easily.
It can be found on Learn and Take a Test on the right hand side of the interface as a rotated page tag / bookmark called: Daily Quiz - GK
Yes, it will soon be made available to you via your profile along with every module, quiz and test you have ever taken as easily accessible reports for quick revision and accessibility.
What does a "non contiguous" mean? I saw a question in UCEED asking how many non contiguous surfaces were there? 4 years ago
Non contiguous surfaces means individual surfaces, not sharing an edge or adjacent to other surface
how can i learn folding 2D into 3D ..there are small foldings for NID but UCCED asks foldings for bigger ones 4 years ago
You can learn folding 2D into 3D by going through the content available on DQ Edge website under Visual Spatial ability. The topic name is 2D to 3D & 3D to 2D identification.