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    requirements of X , X requirements

    Hi,

    What is the differene between these two expressions; "requirements of X, X requirements"?

    Any help will be appreciated.
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    #2

    Re: requirements of X , X requirements

    Who or what is X?

    Please write a full sentence.

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    #3

    Re: requirements of X , X requirements

    Note the correct spelling of "difference".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: requirements of X , X requirements

    Well, I am reading an article whose titles are :Requirements of LEED and LEED requirements. Honestly I can not recognize any difference between the two titles.
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    Re: requirements of X , X requirements

    I had to google 'LEED' to find out what that means.

    I see no difference between the two titles.

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    #6

    Re: requirements of X , X requirements

    The difference in intended meaning may come from reading the first few sentences below each heading. (It should).

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    Re: requirements of X , X requirements

    Here are the sentences you've asked for:


    Requirements of LEED
    Use salvaged, refurbished, or reused materials such that the sum of these materials
    constitutes at least 5, 10, or 30% (for commercial interiors, furniture,
    and furnishings) of the total value of materials on the project based on cost.
    Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing components and specialty items such
    as elevators and equipment are not to be included in this calculation. Include
    only materials permanently installed in the project. Furniture may be included,
    providing it is included consistently in MR credits 3 through 7. Most credits in
    the Materials & Resources category are calculated using a percentage of total
    building materials.





    LEED Requirements
    Maintain at least 50% (by area) of existing interior nonshell and nonstructural
    elements (interior walls, doors, floor coverings, and ceiling systems) of the
    completed building (including additions). If the project includes an addition
    to an existing building, this credit is not applicable if the square footage of
    the addition is more than two times the square footage of the existing building.
    In terms of potential technologies and strategies, LEED requires that
    consideration be given to the reuse of existing buildings, including structure,
    envelope, and interior nonstructural elements. Hazardous elements that pose
    contamination risk to building occupants are to be removed, and components
    that would improve energy and water efficiency, such as mechanical systems
    and plumbing fixtures, should be upgraded. For the LEED credit, the extent
    of building reuse needs to be quantified, and the owner/developer must provide
    a report prepared by a qualified person outlining the extent to which major
    building elements from a previous building were incorporated into the existing
    building.

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    #8

    Re: requirements of X , X requirements

    My guess was wrong. I can't see any difference.
    Though I still maintain that they should have made the differences clear.

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