Types of Projection in Computer Graphics MCQs - Set 02 - ObjectiveBooks

# Practice Test: Question Set - 02

1. In which method non isometric lines are suited for isometric view of an object consisting of number of planes at different angles?
(A) Box method
(B) Offset method
(C) Arc method
(D) Projection method

2. In perspective projection, the horizontal plane where the object is assumed to be situated is known as?
(A) Horizontal plane
(B) Picture plane
(C) Ground plane
(D) Auxiliary grand plane

3. The point at which parallel lines appear to converge together in perspective view is called?
(A) Centre of projection
(B) Point of projection
(C) Point of observer
(D) View point

4. Which drawing projection are oblique (inclined) to the plane of projection?
(A) Isometric
(B) Oblique
(C) Orthogonal
(D) Perspective

5. In the perspective projection the height from which the viewer sees the scene is known as?
(A) Vanishing point
(B) Eye level
(C) Station point
(D) Projection point

6. When a plane is perpendicular to a reference plane, its projection on that plane is a _________?
(A) Straight line
(B) True line
(C) Apparent line
(D) Point

7. In the orthographic projection, rays are assumed to
(A) Diverge from station point
(B) Converge from station point
(C) Be parallel
(D) Be perpendicular

8. In which method the isometric view is drawn assuming the object is enclosed in a rectangular solid frame?
(A) Offset method
(B) Box method
(C) Arc method
(D) Projection method

9. Orthographic projection is also known as
(A) Single view projection
(B) Two view projection
(C) Multi view projection
(D) Angular projection

10. Which drawing curved features of the component are drawn to true shape?
(A) Isometric drawing
(B) Perspective drawing
(C) Oblique drawing
(D) Trimetric drawing

11. The planes are formed when any three________ points are joined?
(A) Converging
(B) Diverging
(C) Parallel to plane of projection
(D) Perpendicular to plane

12. The point from the observer is assumed to view the object in perspective projection, is called
(A) Centre of projection
(B) Point of projection
(C) Point of observer
(D) View point

13. In third angle projection the top view (or) plan is drawn
(A) Left of the front view
(B) Right of the front view
(C) Above the front view
(D) Below the front view

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