It does, however, also contain diagrams showing what measurements are relevant to certain activities. Chairs for instance, are covered for eating, office work, and lounging. Fun fact, the seat height of a chair is properly called "popliteal height".
I end up pulling it out to answer such questions as: "Can I make the apron on this table go any lower assuming chairs in a normal-ish range of popliteal heights while preserving enough thigh clearance."
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