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Objective Practice Test on Mechanical Graphics - Set 15

Practice Test: Question Set - 15

1. When setting up a mechanical drawing in Auto-CAD the drafter should set the units to ________.
    (A) Fractional
    (B) Decimal
    (C) Architectural
    (D) Metric

2. Elevation drawings will include information about ________.
    (A) Roof pitch
    (B) Siding
    (C) Window style
    (D) All of the above

3. 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

4. The architectural and construction industries use the United States National CAD standard (NCS) system on many ________ projects.
    (A) Residential
    (B) Commercial
    (C) Aerospace
    (D) Publicly funded

5. This type of rapid prototyping system uses a laser to fuse powdered metals, plastics, or ceramics:
    (A) Fused deposition modeling
    (B) Stereo lithography apparatus
    (C) Solid ground curing
    (D) Selective laser sintering

6. When dimensioning piping drawings, you give the lengths of all runs of this type:
    (A) Straight
    (B) Angular
    (C) Filleted
    (D) Transverse

7. The foundation contractor will work with the following architectural plans.
    (A) Foundation
    (B) Site plan
    (C) Floor plan
    (D) All of the above

8. When using the direct entry method to create a horizontal line exactly three inches long the drafter should ________ first.
    (A) Pull the line from away from the starting point very carefully
    (B) Insure that Ortho is on
    (C) Enter 3 for the length of the line
    (D) Read the coordinate position on the Dynamic Readout

9. The Auto-CAD command used to combine two or more primitive shapes into a single complex 3-dimensional model is ________.
    (A) Add
    (B) Union
    (C) Attach
    (D) Form

10. 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

11. This type of drawing shows two lines representing the pipe diameter:
    (A) Single-line
    (B) Double-line
    (C) Standard piping
    (D) Centerline piping

12. A full scale technical drawing will have a scale factor of ________.
    (A) 1 : 1
    (B) 1 : 2
    (C) 2 : 1
    (D) 1 : 4

13. These types of pipes are generally connected with bell and spigot joints or flanged joints:
    (A) Soil and waste
    (B) Water and gas
    (C) Water and steam
    (D) Gas and soil

14. On a floor plan the dashed line that appears approximately 24" outside the exterior wall represents the ________.
    (A) Sidewalk
    (B) Roof overhang
    (C) Plumbing drain lines
    (D) None of the above

15. A line with a tapering width can be easily created by using the ________ tool.
    (A) Circle
    (B) Ellipse
    (C) Line
    (D) Polyline

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