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79901. In offset sections, the bends in the cutting plane are typically shown in the sectional view.



79902. Omit hidden lines from both halves of a half section whenever possible.



79903. The visible edges of the object behind the cutting plane are not cross-hatched.



79904. Quarter sections expose the interior of one half of the object and the exterior of the other half.



79905. The visible lines adjacent to a revolved section may be broken out if desired.



79906. When a part is cut fully in half, the resulting view is called a half section.



79907. The ANSI 131 hatch pattern is the AutoCAD default hatch pattern.



79908. The section lines in all hatched areas for an object must be parallel.



79909. One of the outcomes of using section views in a technical drawing is the elimination of hidden lines.



79910. In AutoCAD the Hatch tool is used to designate what pattern is to be used for a section view.



79911. The angle of revolution should always be less than 45 degrees for an aligned section.



79912. In technical drawing a section view is often used to reveal some or all of an object's internal features.



79913. Section views are only used for mechanical drawings.



79914. The Cutting Plane line should be displayed at the same line weight as object lines.



79915. When a cutting plane coincides with a centerline, the cutting plane line takes precedence.



79916. If you set the ANSI 131 hatch pattern to an angle of 45 degrees the lines will be placed vertically.



79917. Ribs, webs, gear teeth, and other similar features are typically not hatched with section lining, even if the cutting plane slices them.



79918. Section views cannot replace the normal top, front, side, or other standard orthographic views.



79919. A section-lined area is always completely bounded by a visible outline.



79920. The preferred cutting plane line style is made up of equal dashes ending in arrowheads.



79921. The arrow points on either end of a Cutting Plane line indicate the direction of view.



79922. It is not acceptable to use the general-purpose symbol at different angles for different parts.



79923. This type of section is limited by a break line:





79924. Drafters should use a ________ in a section view of a mechanical part that includes the cylindrical view of a threaded hole.





79925. The section view drawing in which one fourth of an object has been marked for removal is known as a ________ section.





79926. In offset sections, offsets or bends in the cutting plane are all:





79927. When filling an area with a hatch pattern in AutoCAD the drafter needs to be able to ________.





79928. This type of weld is the most common in structural steel fabrication:





79929. In this type of concrete, the steel is pretensioned before the superimposed load is applied:





79930. Many different types of wood are used as structural timber.



79931. AISC recommends one standard connection for attaching beams.



79932. Shop drawings consist of detail drawings of all parts of the entire structure showing exactly how the parts are to be made.



79933. Structural steel is available in two standard shapes.



79934. Structural steel shop drawings are usually calculated to the nearest ½ inch.



79935. Due to wood loss in surfacing, the nominal size of structural timber is larger than its dressed thickness.



79936. Brick and tile are some of the less common forms of building construction.



79937. Symbols are seldom used to indicate requirements for finished surfaces on wood.



79938. Riveting is seldom used as a connection method in structural steel.



79939. Most CAD programs have structural shapes symbol libraries available.



79940. A piece mark should be shown wherever a separately handled member appears on the drawings.



79941. Reinforced concrete has embedded steel reinforcing bars.



79942. The surface of a wood product is finished by milling or planing.



79943. Tolerance stacking has little effect on the fit of steel members.



79944. Traditionally, brick and tile are built into masonry forms, and units are placed one at a time in a soft mortar.



79945. This is a common method for connecting steel members of buildings and bridges:





79946. This type of structural steel drawing shows all dimensions necessary for fabrication:





79947. These are joined together in the field to build a structure:





79948. These plans, made by the steel fabricator, are assembly drawings for the steel structure:





79949. This material is used in masonry construction, most commonly for ornamental facing:





79950. These types of projectors converge at a vanishing point:





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