Practice Test: Question Set - 02

1. 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

2. Once the architect has finalized the house plans with the client any changes to the design requested by the client will require a ________.
(A) Change order
(B) Modification slip
(C) Whole new set of drawings
(D) None of the above

3. There are two main types of projection:
(A) Parallel and Orthographic
(B) Station-point and Perspective
(C) Parallel and Convergent
(D) Perspective and Parallel

4. The bounding box method for setting up an isometric drawing helps the drafter ________.
(A) Confine the isometric drawing to its maximum size
(B) Figure what lines are to be illustrated vertical and horizontal
(C) Position the isometric drawing in paper space
(D) None of the above

5. 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
(B) Use the Join command
(C) Use the Add Parts tool
(D) None of the above

6. When creating an isometric drawing in Auto-CAD 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

7. 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) Spot face

8. Using the Relative Polar Coordinate System to add a 3 inch line that is 45 degrees from the end point of the line created above the drafter would ________.
(A) Type @3<45 and enter
(B) Type 3 back slash and enter
(C) Type 3 forward slash and enter
(D) Type 3 and try to use the Dynamic Input readout to find the end point

9. 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

10. 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
(B) A finished to a working drawing
(C) An assembly to a finished drawing
(D) A working drawing to a draft

11. A fillet is a rounded surface on the ________ corner of a part.
(A) Inside
(B) Outside
(D) Isoplane

12. This is a conical-shaped recess around a hole, often used to receive a tapered screw head:
(A) Boss
(B) Spot-face
(C) Counter-bore
(D) Countersink

13. In order to set drawing limits for a 'C' size architectural drawing the drafter should set the limits to ________.
(A) 0, 0 and 2, 9
(B) 0, 0 and 17, 11
(C) 0, 0 and 18, 24
(D) 0, 0 and 34, 24

14. The most common geometric form used in gears today is this:
(A) Involute profile
(B) Convolute profile
(C) Base circle
(D) Spur circle

15. Using this as a communication and design review tool can help shorten the process and eliminate productivity barriers:
(A) Development plans
(B) Portable document files
(C) The Internet and e-mail
(D) Gantt charts

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