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1. The two basic kinds of dimensions are a. shape and size. b. length and height. c.

thickness and length. d. size and location.

2. The two main elements necessary for a complete graphic description of an object are a. shape and size. b. length and height. c. thickness and length. d. height and width.

3. The unit of measurement used on metric drawings is the __________. a. foot b. inch c. millimeter d. centimeter

4. The system of placing dimensions on a drawing where all dimensions are read from the bottom of the drawing is called the _________ system. a. unidirectional b. datum c. single d. aligned

5. The system of placing dimensions on a drawing where all dimensions are read from the bottom and right side of the drawing is called the _________ system. a. unidirectional b. datum c. single d. aligned

6. a complete circle is dimensioned as a _________. a. diameter b. circumference c. radius d. chord

7. an arc is dimensioned as a __________. a. diameter b. circumference c. radius d. chord

8. The rounded-in corner between two surfaces is called a __________. a. kerf b. knurl c. round d. fillet

9. The rounded-over corner of two surfaces is called a _________. a. kerf b. knurl c. round d. fillet

10. The process whereby a part is formed by pouring molten metal into a hollow form (mold) of the desired shape and allowing it to harden is called __________. a. casting b. forging c. finishing d. machining

11. a way of fastening metal pieces together using heat or a combination of heat and pressure is called __________. a. casting b. welding c. forging d. machining

12. The treatment of a material surface for the purpose of protection or improving its appearance is called _________. a. casting b. forging c. finishing d. machining

13. a symbol indicating that a surface is to be finished or machined is called a __________. a. die b. mold c. finish mark d. template

14. When an object is placed between the observer and the picture plane in a perspective drawing, the perspective drawing will be __________. a. distorted b. larger than the object c. smaller than the object d. too close to the ground

15. which of the following is the correct term for the plane of projection in a perspective? a. horizontal b. central c. picture d. vertical

16. If a perspective drawing is to be larger than the true size of the object, the object is ________. a. elevated higher than the point of sight b. located close to the station point c. placed between the observer and the picture plane d. placed closer to the horizon

17. Of the following, the one that would not be classified as a perspective drawing is a _________. a. one-point b. two-point c. three-point d. four-point

18.which of the following is not a type of pictorial drawing? a. perspective b.orthographic c. oblique d. isometric

19. a pictorial drawing is a _________. a. multi view drawing b. working drawing c. simple drawing d. picture drawing

20. Identify the following drawing. a. Oblique b. Perspective c. Isometric d. Orthographic

21.which of the instruments below would be most useful in beginning an isometric drawing or projection? a. Protractor b. Divider c. 40-40 Triangle d. 30-60 Triangle

22. anisometric drawing differs from an isometric projection in that __________. a. ellipses are required on drawings b. angles are true on drawing c. drawings appear to be oversize d. drawings are not proportionately correct

23. which of the following types of pictorial drawings is characterized by equal angles between the three axes? a. Oblique b. Isometric c. Perspective d. Trimetric

24. which method is used to construct angles and curves on an isometric drawing? a. plotting offsets b. Revolution c. Approximation d. Box Construction

25. The rule concerning hidden lines on isometric drawings states that they are __________. a. never used b. used to show hidden features c. used only if they are needed to clarify the object d. used only within the isometric axis

26. Identify the following drawing. a. Oblique b. Perspective c. Isometric d. Orthographic