Saturday, October 17, 2009

Multiple choice questions

Note: The matter given below is copyright protected and should be used for practice.

1. In an isometric projection, the included angle between the edges of a cube is

  • (a) 30º
  • (b) 60º
  • (c) 90º
  • (d) 120º

Ans: (d)

2. The axonometric drawing having equal foreshortening along two axis directions and a different amount on the third axis is called

  • (a) dimetric
  • (b) trimetric
  • (c) isometric
  • (d) multiview

Ans: (a)

3. In an isometric drawing, lines that are not parallel to the isometric axes are called

  • (a) dimetric lines
  • (b) trimetric lines
  • (c) non-isometric lines
  • (d) multiview lines

Ans: (c)

4. The axonometric drawing having different ratios of foreshortening for all the three axes is called

  • (a) dimetric
  • (b) trimetric
  • (c) isometric
  • (d) multiview

Ans: (b)

5. When the projectors are at 45º to the plane of projection and the receding lines are true length, it is called

  • (a) cabinet projection
  • (b) cavalier projection
  • (c) axonometric projection
  • (d) perspective projection

Ans: (b)

6. Perspective drawings are classified according to their number of these features

  • (a) station points
  • (b) picture planes
  • (c) vanishing points
  • (d) ground lines

Ans: (c)

7. In offset sections, offsets or bends in the cutting plane are all:

  • (a) 90 degrees
  • (b) 180 degrees
  • (c) Either 90 or 180 degrees
  • (d) 30, 60, or 90 degrees

8. These breaks are used to shorten the view of an object:

  • (a) Section breaks
  • (b) Aligned breaks
  • (c) Conventional breaks
  • (d) Full breaks