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# Exercise :: Traditional Drafting Techniques - General Questions

##  Traditional Drafting Techniques - General Questions

 Traditional Drafting Techniques - True or False
1. A half-moon protractor is divided into how many degrees?
A. 360

B. 180

C. 270

D. 310

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2. A line drawn with a long section, short dash, and another long section is a ________.
A. hidden feature

B. center of a circle

## C. center axis of a hidden cylinder

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3. Traditional drafters need to be able to create several different line widths because ________.
A. different line widths convey different information

B. the line width has to do with how dark it appear in the finished drawing
C. they seem to transmit better in a fax machine

D. it makes no difference

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## 4. Several of the tools used in traditional drafting include the following:

A. Parallel straight edge

B. 45 degree triangle

C. Circle template

## D. All of the above

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5. A civil engineer working on a bridge design would probably rely on his ________ scale for
checking printed drawings.
A. engineer's

B. metric

C. architect's

## D. none of the above

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## Exercise :: Layouts and Lettering - General Questions

 Layouts and Lettering - General Questions
 Layouts and Lettering - True or False
1. When lettering a CAD drawing, for clarity you should limit the number of fonts to:
A. One

B. Two

C. Three

D. Any number

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2. The primary unit of measurement for engineering drawings and design in the mechanical
industries is the:
A. Millimeter

B. Centimeter

C. Meter

D. Kilometer

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## 3. These units are based on inch-foot and yard measurements:

A. International customary units
B. U.S. metric units

## D. ISO international units

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## 4. This is how axonometric, oblique, and perspective sketches show objects:

A. Orthographically

B. Pictorially

C. Obliquely

D. Parallel

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5. This type of projection is when projectors are parallel to each other, but are at an angle other
than 90 degrees to the plane of projection:
A. Oblique projection

B. Perpendicular projection

C. Aesthetic projection

D. Angular projection

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## Exercise :: Orthographic Projection - General Questions

 Orthographic Projection - General Questions
 Orthographic Projection - True or False
1. The top, front, and bottom views align in this manner:
A. Horizontally

B. Vertically

## D. Parallel to the frontal plane

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## 2. If a plane is parallel to the plane of projection, it appears:

A. True size
B. As a line or edge

C. Foreshortened

D. As an oblique surface

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3. This line pattern is composed of three dashes, one long dash on each end with a short dash in
the middle:
A. Object

B. Hidden

C. Center

D. Phantom

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## 4. This is the plane upon which the top view is projected:

A. Horizontal

B. Frontal

C. Profile

D. Base

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5. An advantage of this type of view is that each view shows the object all the way through as if it
were transparent:
A. Planar

B. Horizontal

C. Auxiliary

D. Orthographic

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This type of surface is tipped to all principal planes of projection and does not appear true size in
any standard view:

A. Foreshortened

B. Parallel

C. Orthographic

D. Oblique

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## Exercise :: Sectional Views - General Questions

 Sectional Views - General Questions
 Sectional Views - True or False
1. This type of section is limited by a break line:
A. Removed section

B. Revolved section

C. Broken-out section

D. Half section

Explanation:
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2. Drafters should use a ________ in a section view of a mechanical part that includes the
cylindrical view of a threaded hole.
A. Center line

B. Hatch line

C. Poly line

D. Dimension line

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3. The section view drawing in which one fourth of an object has been marked for removal is
known as a ________ section.
A. full

B. half

C. quarter
D. none of the above

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A. 90 degrees

B. 180 degrees

## D. 30, 60, or 90 degrees

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5. When filling an area with a hatch pattern in AutoCAD the drafter needs to be able to ________.
A. see the entire bounding area to hatch

B. set Ortho on

## D. set the layer to Defpoints

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6. To avoid having to dimension to a hidden feature the drafter can utilize a ________ section.
A. whole

B. half

C. broken out

## D. all of the above

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7. Objects that are symmetric can be shown effectively using this type of section:
A. Quarter section

B. Half section

C. Full section

D. Symmetric section

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8. This type of section is not in direct projection from the view containing the cutting plane:
A. Revolved section

B. Removed section

C. Broken-out section

D. Full section
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9. By using a ________ section of a cylindrical mechanical part the drafter should be able to show
only one view of the part.
A. half

B. whole

C. revolved

D. broken out

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10. In the section view, the areas that would have been in actual contact with the cutting plane are
shown with:
A. A cutting plane line

B. Section lining

C. Visible lines

## D. Lines and arrows

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## 11. These breaks are used to shorten the view of an object:

A. Section breaks
B. Aligned breaks

C. Conventional breaks

D. Full breaks

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12. In architectural drawing ________ are often used to illustrate and detail structural components.
A. Foundation beam detail sections

B. Wall sections

C. Building sections

## D. All of the above

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13. When only a small section of an interior area needs to be revealed the drafter can use a
________ section.
A. half

B. quarter

C. full

D. broken out

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## 14. In this type of section, one quarter of the object is removed:

A. Revolved section

B. Removed section

C. Quarter section

D. Half section

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15. A ________ section allows the drafter to create a Cutting Plane line which is not in a straight line
across the part.
A. Offset

B. half

C. whole

D. broken out

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## 16. The ________ is a standard element of a section view in a technical drawing.

A. Cutting Plane line

B. Section lines
C. Material hatch pattern

## D. All of the above

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17. When creating a Cutting Plane line with AutoCAD it is customary to use a ________ to create
the line.
A. center line

B. polyline

C. dashed line

D. hatch line

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## Exercise :: Multiview Drawing - General Questions

 Multiview Drawing - General Questions
 Multiview Drawing - True or False
1. If a designer is developing a plan for a project in which the entire part is made out of ¾" thick
plywood and he only wants to use one view, he should use the ________ view.
A. front

B. top

C. right

D. back

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2. In developing a multi-view drawing the drafter can use a ________ line to help locate the top
and right side views.
A. object

B. hidden

C. dimension

D. miter

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3. The type of line that projects from an object for the express purpose of locating a dimension is a
________ line.
A. visible

B. hidden

C. extension

D. dimension

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A. arcs

B. circles

## D. all of the above

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5. Architectural drawings used to construct a house are often plotted with a scale of ¼" = 1'-0".
What scale is this?
A. Quarter

B. Half

C. Full

D. Double

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6. In multi-view drawing it is common practice to include three views, the front, the top and the right
side. If no dimensions are required on the right side view the drafter can ________.
A. leave the view as is

## D. none of the above

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7. The AutoCAD command used to combine two or more primitive shapes into a single complex 3-
dimensional model is ________.

B. union

C. attach

D. form

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8. Most architectural drawings produced for field use by building contractors are printed on
architectural "D" size paper which measures ________.
A. 24" X 36"

B. 18" X 24"

C. 11" X 17"

D. 34" X 22"

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A. boxes

B. cylinders

C. wedges

## D. all of the above

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10. A full scale technical drawing will have a scale factor of ________.
A. 1:1

B. 1:2

C. 2:1

D. 1:4

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## Exercise :: Dimensioning - General Questions

 Dimensioning - General Questions
 Dimensioning - True or False
1. The condition of a part when it contains the least amount of material is referred to as ________.
A. smallest

B. LMC

C. MMC
D. actual size

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## 2. This is used to indicate that a surface is to be machined:

A. Finish mark

B. Machining mark

C. Roughness indicator

D. Coordinate mark

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3. The ________ tool on the Dimension tool bar places the length of an arch on a drawing.

B. Arc Length

D. Diameter

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4. How can the drafter prevent AutoCAD from placing or stacking another center mark on a circle
when adding a diameter dimension to it?
A. Explode the dimension and then erase the center mark.

B. Use the Properties dialog box to turn off the center mark of the dimension.

C. It can't be done.

D. Use the trim tool to take away the stacked center mark.

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## 5. In this type of dimensioning, allowance must be made for bends:

A. Angular

B. Tolerance

C. Datum

D. Sheet metal

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## 6. One way to evenly space dimensions on a drawing is to use the ________.

A. Dimension Space tool

B. Linear tool

C. Continue tool

D. Baseline tool

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7. The ________ tool on the Dimension tool bar will place several dimensions at one time by using
a selection box placed over several part features.
A. Linear

B. Continue

C. Baseline

D. Quick Dimension

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8. A circular arc is dimensioned in the view where you see its true shape by giving the value for its:
A. Diameter

B. Arc length

D. Chord length

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9. This is the total amount that the feature on the actual part is allowed to vary from what is
specified by the dimension:
A. Allowance

B. Tolerance

C. Specification

D. Difference

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10. The ________ dimension tool will place the length of an angled line.
A. Aligned

B. Angle

C. Linear

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A. ANSI

## D. All of the above

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12. Baseline dimensions are referenced from a common geometric feature known as a ________.
A. edge

B. corner

C. datum

D. point of reference

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13. Given a situation in which the drafter has crossed extension lines in a drawing what can be done
to clean up the point of crossing?
A. Use the Modify tool to clean up the extension lines.

## D. Use the stretch tool to clean up the extension lines.

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14. This is a thin solid line directing attention to a note or dimension and starting with an arrowhead
or dot:
A. Dimension line

B. Extension line

D. Specification

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15. The maximum and minimum sizes of a feature are identified by a ________ tolerance.
A. Limits

B. GD&T

C. reference

D. allowance

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16. This is a line terminated by arrowheads, indicating the direction and extent of a dimension:
A. Dimension line

B. Extension line

D. Centerline

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17. In U.S. structural and architectural drafting, all dimensions of this length are usually expressed in
feet and inches:
A. One inch or over

## D. One rod or over

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## Exercise :: Tolerancing - General Questions

 Tolerancing - General Questions
 Tolerancing - True or False
1. When lines intersect on a drawing at angles of this many degrees, it is customary not to
dimension the angle:
A. 360

B. 180

C. 90

D. 45

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2. This is the term for the range of tightness or looseness resulting from the allowances and
tolerances in mating parts:
A. Limits

B. Fit

C. Specifications

D. Allowance

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## 3. This is the measured size of a finished part:

A. Actual size

B. Dimensioned size

C. Production size

D. Basic size

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4. This means that a feature of a finished product contains the maximum amount of material
permitted by the toleranced dimensions for that feature:
A. Maximum material condition

## C. Maximum machined indication

D. Machine mark indication

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5. This is the theoretically exact size from which limits of size are determined:
A. Actual Size

B. Dimensioned size

C. Production size

D. Basic size

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## 6. Acceptable parts must not extend beyond this:

A. Boundary limits

B. Hole limits

C. Specification

D. Tolerances

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7. This practice considers an individual part's dimensions and tolerances and that part's relation to
its related parts:
A. Applying allowances

## D. Angular dimensioning tolerances

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## Exercise :: Working Drawings - General Questions

 Working Drawings - General Questions
 Working Drawings - True or False
1. In these drawings it is necessary to show cut surfaces and distinguish between adjacent parts:
A. Auxiliary drawings

B. Assembly sections

C. 3D assemblies

D. Parts lists

Explanation:
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2. These drawings are given to contractors to perform work or manufacture individual parts:
A. Assembly details

B. 3D drawings

C. Working drawings
D. Skeleton assemblies

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3. In working drawings, these show all necessary information not given directly on the drawing with
its dimensions and notes:
A. Document strips

B. Portable documents

C. Formatting forms

## D. Title and record strips

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4. This should show what changes were made, when, and by whom:
A. Portable document

B. Record of revisions

C. Title form

D. Revision drawings

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5. An accurate record of changes made to released drawings is tracked via this:
A. A revision block

## B. The basic title form

C. Working drawings

D. Portable documents

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6. In an assembly section, these parts should have their section lines left out or shown solid black:
A. Bolts

B. All fasteners

C. Thin parts

D. Rivets

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## 7. These are groups of components of a larger machine:

A. Subassemblies

B. External assemblies

C. Component assemblies

D. Major assemblies

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## Exercise :: Axonometric Projection - General Questions

 Axonometric Projection - General Questions
 Axonometric Projection - True or False
1. In isometric projection, all distances are approximately this percentage of their true size:
A. 120 percent

B. 80 percent

C. 50 percent

D. 20 percent

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2. Angles project true size only when the plane containing the angle and plane of projection are
this:

B. Aligned

C. Perpendicular

D. Parallel

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3. In this type of projection, each of the axes has different ratios of foreshortening:
A. Isometric

B. Dimetric

C. Trimetric

D. Parallel

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4. Lines of an isometric drawing that are not parallel to the isometric axes are called this:
A. Trimetric lines

B. Nonisometric lines

C. Multiview lines

D. Dimetric lines

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5. This type of axonometric drawing has equal foreshortening along two axis directions and a
different amount on the third axis:
A. Dimetric

B. Multiview

C. Isometric
D. Trimetric

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The edges of a cube in isometric projection make angles of this many degrees with each other:

A. 30

B. 60

C. 90

D. 120

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## Exercise :: Perspective Drawings - General Questions

 Perspective Drawings - General Questions
 Perspective Drawings - True or False
1. Two-point perspective is also known as:
A. Two-view perspective

B. Regular perspective

C. Parallel perspective

D. Angular perspective

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2. This is the intersection of the ground plane with the picture plane:
A. Vanishing point

B. Ground line

C. Station point

D. Horizon

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3. In perspective drawings this is placed between the observer and the object:
A. Vanishing point / horizon

B. Station point

C. Ground line

## D. Plane of projection / picture plane

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4. When positioning this feature of perspective projection, the centerline of the cone of visual rays
should be directed toward the approximate center of the object:
A. Station point

B. Vanishing point
C. Horizon

D. Ground line

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## 5. Perspective drawings are classified according to their number of these features:

A. Station points

B. Picture planes

C. Vanishing points

D. Ground lines

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## Exercise :: Electronic Diagrams - General Questions

 Electronic Diagrams - General Questions
 Electronic Diagrams - True or False
1. On typical electronic diagrams, these items need not be shown unless they are needed for
clarification:
A. Transmission diagrams

B. Operating relays

C. Closed relays

D. Terminal circles

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2. Schematic and single-line diagrams should be arranged so that signal or transmission path from
input to output proceeds in this fashion:
A. Right to left and top to bottom

## D. Left to right and bottom to top

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3. Switches and relays should be shown in this position with no operating force or applied energy:
A. Normal

B. Closed

C. Offset

D. Application

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4. These items typically are not used in new designs, but are still common in high-power amplifiers:
A. Amplifier tubes
B. Electron tubes

C. Signal relays

D. Switches

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## 5. This type of circuit is a semiconductor wafer or chip:

A. Integrated circuit

B. Transmission circuit

C. Plotted circuit

D. Conducted circuit

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## Exercise :: Landform Drawings - General Questions

 Landform Drawings - General Questions
 Landform Drawings - True or False
1. These maps are used in planning installations of trees, shrubbery, drives, and other garden
features:
A. Landscape maps

B. Engineering maps

C. Topographic maps

2. These are special installations of stone or concrete marking the locations of points accurately
determined by precise surveying:
A. Topographic marks

B. Hatchures

C. Monuments

D. Pillars

Explanation:
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3. These are vertical distances above a common datum, reference plane, or point:
A. Plats

B. Elevations

C. Traverse

D. Profiles

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4. These are lines drawn on a map to locate, in the plan view, points of equal ground elevation:
A. Contours
B. Elevations

C. Profiles

D. Hatchures

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5. These maps are used to plan construction projects that locate construction features so they fit
the topography of the area:
A. Subdivision plats

B. Landscape maps

## D. Structure location plans

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6. This type of drawing is created to calculate areas, locate property lines, and locate building
projects and facilities:
A. Traverse

B. Contour

C. City map

D. Plat

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7. These are accurately drawn maps of cities and towns showing property lines and other features
that control property ownership:
A. Monument maps

C. City maps

D. Topographic maps

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## Exercise :: Welding Representation - General Questions

 Welding Representation - General Questions
 Welding Representation - True or False
1. A projection weld is a type of:
A. Resistance weld

B. Arc weld

C. Gas weld

D. Fillet weld

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## 2. These weld symbols have no arrow-side or other-side significance:

A. Projection or seam weld

## D. Flash and upset weld

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## 3. A back or backing weld is a type of:

A. Groove weld

B. Resistance weld

## C. Arc and gas weld

D. Upset weld

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## 4. Welding drawings are a special type of this kind of drawing:

A. Symbol

B. Perspective

C. Assembly

D. Isometric
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## 5. Which of the following is one of the basic types of welded joints:

A. T-joint

B. Rear joint

C. Angle joint

D. Groove joint

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## Exercise :: Isometric Drawings - General Questions

 Isometric Drawings - General Questions
 Isometric Drawings - True or False
1. Isometric drawings are often used by ________ to help illustrate complex designs.
A. mechanical engineers

B. piping drafters

C. aerospace engineers

## D. all of the above

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2. In order to create an isometric circle to represent a hole through the top surface of a box, the
drafter must insure that the correct isoplane has been selected by scrolling through the
isoplanes using the ________ key.
A. F1

B. F3

C. F5

D. F8

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## 3. A fillet is a rounded surface on the ________ corner of a part.

A. Inside

B. outside

D. isoplane

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## 4. Before starting an isometric drawing in AutoCAD the drafter needs to ________.

A. set the grid to isometric

## C. turn Object Snap off

D. turn Ortho off

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## 5. A round is a rounded surface on the ________ corner of a part.

A. inside

B. outside

D. isoplane

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6. Architectural drafters generally prefer to use ________ drawings to help illustrate 3-dimensional
views of a structure.
A. isometric

B. perspective

C. orthographic

D. auxiliary

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7. The bounding box method for setting up an isometric drawing helps the drafter ________.
A. confine the isometric drawing to its maximum size

## D. none of the above

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8. The Offset tool should only be used for placing ________ in an isometric drawing.
A. circles

B. horizontal lines

C. vertical lines

## D. none of the above

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9. When creating an isometric drawing in AutoCAD the drafter can utilize the Dynamic Input and
Polar Coordinate system to place both vertical and horizontal lines. A line created from one point
3 inches at 180 degrees would be a ________ line.
A. horizontal

B. vertical

C. inclined
D. none of the above

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## 10. AutoCAD refers to isometric ellipses as ________.

A. Ellipses

B. isoellipses

C. isocircles

D. circles

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## Exercise :: Mechanical Working Drawings - General Questions

 Mechanical Working Drawings - General Questions
 Mechanical Working Drawings - True or False
1. The typical parts list should include the ________.
A. part number

B. manufacturing material

## D. all of the above

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2. A typical set of mechanical working drawings includes ________.
A. exploded assembly

B. part details

C. parts list

## D. all of the above

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3. The title block used on working drawings should include the ________.
A. sheet number

B. line type

C. layer set

## D. all of the above

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4. One critical issue drafters need to pay close attention to is the ________.
A. size of the sheet

B. designer's intent

C. scale factor
D. none of the above

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## 5. In the mechanical design process the first step is to ________.

A. brainstorm solutions

## B. prepare rough sketches

C. prepare a budget

## D. identify the problem

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## Exercise :: Mechanical Working Drawings - General Questions

 Mechanical Working Drawings - General Questions
 Mechanical Working Drawings - True or False
6. The text used on a typical detail sheet should be ________.
A. placed horizontally

B. in bold text

## D. none of the above

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7. In an exploded assembly drawing it is customary for the drafter to use a ________ line to
illustrate how parts fit together.
A. Phantom

B. hidden

C. dashed

D. center

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8. It is customary for the first sheet of a working drawing set to include ________.
A. a parts list

B. exploded assembly

C. assembled assembly

## D. all of the above

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9. In order to create an accurate assembly drawing the drafter should create the ________
drawings first.
A. Detail

B. title block

C. parts list
D. isometric

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10. The thread note for a typical bolt will include the ________.
A. major diameter of the thread

B. material

C. center line

D. offset distance

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## Exercise :: 3D Modeling Basics - General Questions

 3D Modeling Basics - General Questions
 3D Modeling Basics - True or False
1. The Press-Pull tool will ________ the face of a solid model in the direction it faces.
A. taper

B. extrude

C. spiral

## D. none of the above

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2. The View toolbar will position the view of the 3-D solid toward the ________.
A. front

B. left side

C. SE isometric

## D. all of the above

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## 3. The Free Orbit tool is found on the ____ toolbar.

A. rotate

B. move

C. modify

D. 3-D Move

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4. The default position of the UCS icon is positioned at ________ on the AutoCAD grid.
A. 0,0,0

B. 10,10,10

C. 20,20,20
D. None of the above

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5. A cylinder can be created by drawing a rectangular shape then the ________ tool.
A. Revolve

B. Sweep

C. Extrude

## D. none of the above

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A. mass

B. volume

C. bounding box

## D. all of the above

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A. box

B. sphere

C. extrude

## D. all of the above

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8. CAD programs which incorporate parametric modeling utilize a system in which the dimensions
control the ________.
A. size and shape of the model features

## D. all of the above

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9. In order to create one solid model from two or more separate solid shapes the drafter will need
to position them and then ________.
A. use Union to join them

## C. use the Add Parts tool

D. none of the above

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10. The Conceptual Visual Style tool is located on the ________ toolbar.
A. Visual Styles

B. Modify

C. 3-D Modeling

## D. All of the above

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## Exercise :: Graphic Language for Design - General Questions

 Graphic Language for Design - General Questions
 Graphic Language for Design - True or False
1. EDM is the acronym for:
A. Enterprise data management

## D. Engineering data manipulation

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2. Technical drawings typically serve one of three purposes:
A. Visualization, Communication, or Documentation

## D. Documentation, Installation, or Engineering

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## 3. The organized and orderly approach to solving problems is known as the:

A. Engineering process

B. Design process

C. Aesthetic process

D. Functional process

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4. This is the range of digital or hard copy documents that specify the physical function
requirements for a product:
A. Product design

B. Product definition

C. Drawing definition
D. Engineering design

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## 5. PDM is the acronym for:

A. Project drawing management

## D. Project data manipulation

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This is a systematic approach that integrates the design and manufacture of products with the
goal of optimizing the process:

## B. The manufacturing process

C. Concurrent design

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## Exercise :: Technical Sketching - General Questions

 Technical Sketching - General Questions
 Technical Sketching - True or False
1. This type of solid is egg-shaped and can be created by revolving an ellipse around one of its
axes:
A. Ellipsoid

B. Torus

C. Cone

D. Cylinder

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## 2. Some of the common terms used to describe technical drawing include:

A. Drafting

B. Engineering Graphics

C. Engineering Drawing

## D. All of the above

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3. An architect often relies on a ________ to complete the set of technical drawings used in the
design of an office building.
A. technical illustrator

B. artist
C. drafter

D. construction superintendent

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4. In oblique sketches, the most commonly used angles for receding lines are:
A. 15 or 30 degrees

B. 25 or 30 degrees

C. 30 or 45 degrees

D. 45 or 60 degrees

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5. A drafter who develops technical drawings of a highway overpass would most likely be a
________ drafter.
A. architectural

B. civil

C. mechanical

D. process piping

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## 6. These types of projectors converge at a vanishing point:

A. Perspective

B. Parallel

C. Orthographic

D. Oblique

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7. A ________ is the person responsible for verifying that the drawings in a project set are free of
mistakes.
A. client

C. receptionist

D. checker

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8. This type of solid has two bases that are parallel equal polygons:
A. Pyramid

B. Prism
C. Cone

D. Torus

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9. An oil refinery relies on which type of drafter to maintain and update the technical piping
drawings used for the construction and maintenance of the facility.
A. architectural

B. civil

C. process piping

D. electrical

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10. When designing a home for a client, one of the most important pre-design considerations that an
architect needs to address is ________.
A. how much money the client is willing to spend.

## D. whether or not there is a curb and gutter system

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## 11. This is formed where three or more surfaces intersect:

A. Oblique

B. Line

C. Edge

D. Vertex

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12. The Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that some of the best
opportunities for employment in our near future will be for students who ________.
A. drop out of high school

## D. earn a B.S. degree in psychology

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13. Three dimensional models are often used in the design process to ________.
A. help the client understand the overall design concept

## B. help the client select a color for their carpet

C. provide the client with a model which they can use to impress their friends

## D. determine the quantity of brick needed to build the house

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14. Students can complete an associate's degree in drafting which normally takes about ________
years to complete.
A. one

B. two

C. three

D. four

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## 15. This is used in drawings to represent the edge of a solid object:

A. Angle

B. Vertex

C. Surface

D. Line

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16. The daily workload of a ________ drafter would generally include technical drawings of machine
parts.
A. architectural

B. civil

C. electrical

D. mechanical

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17. This type of solid has a polygon for a base and triangular lateral faces that intersect at a vertex:
A. Pyramid

B. Prism

C. Cone

D. Torus

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## Exercise :: 2D Drawing Representation - General Questions

 2D Drawing Representation - General Questions
 2D Drawing Representation - True or False
1. This is a conical-shaped recess around a hole, often used to receive a tapered screw head:
A. Boss
B. Spotface

C. Counterbore

D. Countersink

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## 2. This is an angled surface used on cylinders to make them easier to handle:

A. Fillet

B. Taper

C. Chamfer

D. Lug

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3. These are used to attach parts to a cylinder so they won't turn on it:
A. Lugs and bearings

## D. Keys and keyways/keyseats

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4. This is a flat or rounded tab protruding from a surface, usually to provide a method for
attachment:
A. Lug

B. Boss

C. Chamfer

D. Spotface

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5. This is a hollow cylinder that is often used as a protective sleeve or guide or as a bearing:
A. Lug

B. Bushing

C. Chamfer

D. Knurl

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A. Fillet
B. Round

C. Taper

D. Chamfer

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## Exercise :: Manufacturing Processes - General Questions

 Manufacturing Processes - General Questions
 Manufacturing Processes - True or False
1. This allows the designer to conceptualize objects more easily without having to make costly
illustrations, models, or prototypes:
A. Computer-aided manufacturing

B. Computer-aided design

C. Computer-aided engineering

D. Computer-aided prototyping

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2. This allows the performance of structures to be analyzed and tested efficiently, accurately, and
quickly:
A. Computer-aided manufacturing

B. Computer-aided design

C. Computer-aided engineering
D. Computer-aided prototyping

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3. This type of rapid prototyping system uses a laser to fuse powdered metals, plastics, or
ceramics:
A. Fused deposition modeling

B. Stereolithography apparatus

## D. Selective laser sintering

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4. This process recognizes the inherent interrelationships between design and manufacturing:
A. Design for manufacture

## D. Design for assembly

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5. Manufacturing may produce these types of products:
A. Discrete or continuous

## B. Raw material or parts

C. Machinery or manufactured

D. Processes or operations

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6. Approximately this much of the cost of product development and manufacture is determined at
the design stage:
A. 40-50%

B. 60-75%

C. 70-80%

D. 75-85%

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7. This is a solid shape that fits inside the mold and forms a hole in a cooled cast metal or molten
plastic object:
A. Core

B. Cavity

C. Prototype

D. Hole mold
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## Exercise :: Drawing Management - General Questions

 Drawing Management - General Questions
 Drawing Management - True or False
1. Using this as a communication and design review tool can help shorten the process and
eliminate productivity barriers:
A. Development plans

## C. The Internet and e-mail

D. Gantt charts

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## 2. If designs require changes, they should be documented with:

A. Development plans

B. Product proposals

C. Document reviews

## D. Engineering change orders

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3. Once a drawing is determined to be complete, the title block is used to document the change
from:
A. A draft to a finished drawing

## D. A working drawing to a draft

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## 4. Drawings created with commercial software are typically saved as:

A. Rapid prototypes

B. Electronic files

C. Draft drawings

D. Change orders