Projections Multiple Choice Questions and Answers - Set 03 - ObjectiveBooks

# Practice Test: Question Set - 03

1. To draw sectional view, where cutting plane line is perpendicularly bent to parts through all important interior details is known as
(A) Full section
(B) Half section
(C) Offset section
(D) Broken out section

2. When a view that makes theatrical cut removing one quarter of an object is known as?
(A) Full section
(B) Half section
(C) Offset section
(D) Partial section

3. When the projectors are parallel to each other and also perpendicular to the plane of projection, the projection is called
(A) Perspective projection
(B) Oblique projection
(C) Isometric projection
(D) Orthographic projection

4. What type of section plane is used for pipe lines with frequent bends offsets at different position?
(A) Offset section plane
(B) Removed plane
(C) Contiguous plane
(D) Full section plane

5. The isometric view of equilateral triangle will be shown as
(A) Equilateral triangle
(B) Scalene triangle
(C) Isosceles triangle
(D) Right angled triangle

6. When the projection of a plane surface is identical to that surface projected, the projection is said to be of
(A) True shape
(B) Not true shape
(C) Reduced shape of surface
(D) Straight line

7. In a sectional view usually shows _______ details?
(A) Exterior
(B) Interior
(C) Profile
(D) Fore shortened

8. When a rectangular surface is perpendicular to the plane of projection, the resulting projection will be a
(A) Straight line
(B) Surface
(C) Curved line
(D) Twisted line

9. What do the arrow beads on the cutting plane line indicators?
(A) Which part you are removing
(B) Direction of sight for section of the part
(C) What are parts look like
(D) To show where the material is cut

10. What type of line is to represent section plane?
(A) Continuous line
(B) Center line
(C) Dotted line
(D) Chain thin, thick at ends and changing direction

11. A circle will appear on an isometric drawing as an
(A) Cycloid
(B) Ellipse
(C) Circle
(D) Parabola

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