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You Are On Multi Choice Question Bank SET 1586

79301. This is a hollow cylinder that is often used as a protective sleeve or guide or as a bearing:

79302. The MASSPROP shortcut will provide the following information.

79303. The 3-D commands on the Modeling toolbar include ________.

79304. CAD programs which incorporate parametric modeling utilize a system in which the dimensions control the ________.

79305. In order to create one solid model from two or more separate solid shapes the drafter will need to position them and then ________.

79306. The Conceptual Visual Style tool is located on the ________ toolbar.

79307. To create a hole through a 3-dimensional box the drafter can place a 3-dimensional cylinder into the box and subtract it.

79308. A useful method for using the grid is to set it to Display Grid Beyond Limits.

79309. In 2-dimensional drafting we work on the X and Y axis. By adding the Z axis drafters can develop 3-dimensional models.

79310. The extrude tool will extrude a 2-dimensional shape even if the corners are not closed.

79311. The union command only works on 2-dimensional objects.

79312. Drafters using AutoCAD version 2007 and newer will want to use the workspace called 3D Modeling to create 3D models.

79313. UCS stands for Universal CAD Standards.

79314. The 3-dimensional rotate tool is located on the 3-D View tool bar.

79315. Complex 3-dimensional shapes can be made by combining different 3-D shapes with the union tool.

79316. AutoCAD is typical of parametric modeling programs.

79317. The Press-Pull tool will ________ the face of a solid model in the direction it faces.

79318. The View toolbar will position the view of the 3-D solid toward the ________.

79319. The Free Orbit tool is found on the ____ toolbar.

79320. The default position of the UCS icon is positioned at ________ on the AutoCAD grid.

79321. A cylinder can be created by drawing a rectangular shape then the ________ tool.

79322. To insure that everyone understands what the electrical symbols represent it is customary to include a ____ on the electrical sheet.

79323. On a floor plan the dashed line that appears approximately 24" outside the exterior wall represents the ________.

79324. The site plan illustrates ________.

79325. Generally, the units used on an architectural drawing are set to ________.

79326. Elevation drawings will include information about ________.

79327. Blocks are not an important element of architectural drawings.

79328. The floor plan is a bird's eye view of the house.

79329. If the roof pitch for a house is identified as 5/12 the height of the roof rises 2 ½" for every 14" of horizontal run.

79330. A set of working drawings used to build a house is considered a legal document.

79331. Although the drafter creates the working drawings, the accuracy of the set of drawings is most often the responsibility of the design architect.

79332. Developing the foundation plan is probably the starting point for creating a set of architectural plans.

79333. A typical set of architectural working drawings would probably include floor plans, foundation plans, elevations, section details, and roof framing plans.

79334. The symbols used on electrical plans represent the standard equipment used in homes and commercial buildings.

79335. AutoCAD's Design Center is used to manage various block libraries used in architectural drawings.

79336. Elevation views generally include the front, right side, back, and left side views.

79337. The building construction industry relies on sets of ________ drawings to construct homes and commercial buildings.

79338. The text height for room names should be set to ________for a drawing that will be plotted to a scale of ¼" = 1'-0".

79339. The architectural drafter usually begins a set of working drawings by creating the ________ plan first.

79340. Once the architect has finalized the house plans with the client any changes to the design requested by the client will require a ________.

79341. The foundation contractor will work with the following architectural plans.

79342. An efficient method for trimming the corners on an auxiliary view is to use the ________.

79343. In this type of auxiliary view, a break line is used to indicate the imaginary break in the views:

79344. When using the descriptive geometry method to create an auxiliary view the drafter should ________.

79345. This is the most common application for developments and intersections:

79346. This type of auxiliary view is projected onto a plane that is perpendicular to one of the principal planes of projection:

79347. A partial auxiliary view usually shows only features on the ________ of the inclined line and not any projection of other planes.

79348. A partial auxiliary view is used to show only the ________ in the auxiliary view.

79349. This type of surface may be a plane, a single curved surface, or a warped surface:

79350. In this type of view, the cutting plane line indicates both the location of the cutting plane and the direction of sight:

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