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Engineering Graphics Practice Test - Set 04

Practice Test: Question Set - 04

1. In a CAD system, you can draw an ellipse by specifying these:
    (A) The bounding lines
    (B) The midpoint and end points
    (C) The center and major and minor axes
    (D) The center and radius

2. A projection weld is a type of:
    (A) Resistance weld
    (B) Arc weld
    (C) Gas weld
    (D) Fillet weld

3. Technical drawings typically serve one of three purposes:
    (A) Visualization, Communication, or Documentation
    (B) Visualization, Dimensioning, or Documentation
    (C) Communication, Documentation, or Installation
    (D) Documentation, Installation, or Engineering

4. 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

5. Baseline dimensions are referenced from a common geometric feature known as a ________.
    (A) Edge
    (B) Corner
    (C) Datum
    (D) Point of reference

6. In oblique projection, important shapes should be in this position relative to the viewing plane:
    (A) Parallel
    (B) Perpendicular
    (C) Adjacent
    (D) Rotated

7. Welding drawings are a special type of this kind of drawing:
    (A) Symbol
    (B) Perspective
    (C) Assembly
    (D) Isometric

8. EDM is the acronym for:
    (A) Enterprise data management
    (B) Engineering drawing management
    (C) Enterprise drawing manipulation
    (D) Engineering data manipulation

9. Perspective drawings are classified according to their number of these features:
    (A) Station points
    (B) Picture planes
    (C) Vanishing points
    (D) Ground lines

10. The maximum and minimum sizes of a feature are identified by a ________ tolerance.
    (A) Limits
    (B) GD&T
    (C) Reference
    (D) Allowance

11. These maps are used in planning installations of trees, shrubbery, drives, and other garden features:
    (A) Landscape maps
    (B) Engineering maps
    (C) Topographic maps
    (D) Cadastral maps

12. This material is used in masonry construction, most commonly for ornamental facing:
    (A) Face brick
    (B) Clay tile
    (C) Natural stone
    (D) Aggregate

13. 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

14. Circular shapes appear in this fashion when viewed at an angle other than 90 degrees:
    (A) Circular
    (B) Elliptical
    (C) Lengthened
    (D) Angular

15. 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
    (C) Structural topography maps
    (D) Structure location plans

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