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##### 1. Question

**Designing can be viewed at from a set-theoretical perspective. From such a perspective, there a three different sets of forms, the “Design Space”, the “Performance Space” and the “Solution Space”. Please drag the correct description to each of these sets!**##### Sort elements

- The set of all forms, that a designer is able to create with his/her set of generative methods
- The set of all forms that fulfill the demanded functions
- The set of forms that a designer is able to generate and that fulfill the demanded functions

- Design Space
- Performance Space
- Solution Space

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##### 2. Question

**The method of elimination is perhaps the most often applied design strategy. What does this method do?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 3 of 6
##### 3. Question

**Generally speaking, what is an algorithm?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 4 of 6
##### 4. Question

**Developing a sequence for solving a design problem is clearly a matter of priorisation. In the case of the Cruciform Building in London, which function was prioritized over others?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 5 of 6
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**In every design task, under certain boundary conditions, a solution must be found which meets the requirements (functions). In the following, examples for both – boundary conditions and requirements – are listed. Which of them clearly are boundary conditions?**(multiple answers)CorrectIncorrect - Question 6 of 6
##### 6. Question

**To write a generally applicable algorithm for the design of buildings/cities as a linear sequence is almost impossible. Why?**CorrectIncorrect