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1 Student Name: Teacher: Date: District: Rowan Assessment: 9_12 T and I IC61 - Drafting I Test 1 Description: Unit C - Sketching - Test 2 Form: The most often used combination of views includes the: A. Top, front, and right side. B. Top, front, and left side. C. Top, front, right side, left side, and back. D. Top and right side. 2. Hidden edges are indicated by: lternate, long and then short, dash lines. B. Thick, dark, solid lines. C. Two short dashes followed by one long dash. D. Uniform 1/8 "" long dashes. 3. The number of ORTHOGRAPHIC views provided by the planes of a box is: A. 1 B. 3 C. 6 D. 9

2 4. What is the correct FRONT view of the figure below? 5. According to the correct arrangement of views, the BACK VIEW would be placed adjacent to the: A. Top view. B. Left side view. C. Right side view. D. Bottom view. 6. When a surface ALWAYS appears as a FORESHORTENED SURFACE (never as a line) on the six regular planes of projection it is classified as: A. Inclined. B. Normal. C. Sloping. D. Oblique.

3 7. Which statement is MOST accurate concerning missing lines in the views? A. Lines are missing in the top view. B. Lines are missing in the front view. C. Lines are missing in the front and right side views. D. All three views are complete (no lines missing).

4 8. Which is the correct TOP view in the figure below? 9. The FRONT TO BACK dimension of an object is known as the: ltitude. B. Depth. C. Height. D. Width. 10. HIDDEN lines should be: A. Thick. B. Medium thick. C. Thin. D. Very thin, light lines.

5 11. A MITER LINE is drawn at an angle of: A. 30 o B. 45 o C. 60 o D. 90 o 12. What is the correct TOP view in the figure below? 13. How are angles of 30 and 60 sketched? A. Measure with a protractor B. Measure with a triangle C. Subdivide a 90 angle into two parts D. Subdivide a 90 angle into three parts 14. In orthographic projection, lines are formed by projecting edges of the object onto planes. The images formed on the planes are called: A. Views. B. Sides. C. Points. D. Tangencies.

6 15. The object shown below is composed of: A. Normal surfaces only. B. Normal and inclined surfaces. C. Inclined and oblique surfaces. D. Normal and oblique surfaces. 16. The term ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION means to: A. Throw backward at an angle of 45 o and draw. B. Throw forward at an angle of 45 o and draw. C. Throw forward at right angles and draw. D. Rotate the object at 45 o to the picture plane. 17. The face of the object that has the most descriptive feature(s) should be the: A. Back. B. Front. C. Right side. D. Top. 18. ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION is a system that allows you to make: A. Three-dimensional drawings of a two-dimensional object. B. Two-dimensional drawings of a two-dimensional object. C. Two-dimensional drawings of a three-dimensional object. D. Three-dimensional drawings of a three-dimensional object.

7 19. What are the materials required for making a sketch? A. Pencil and compass B. Pencil and paper C. Pencil, paper, and scale D. Pencil, paper, and triangle 20. What is the correct TOP view in the figure below?

8 21. Dimension ""A"" in the TOP VIEW is the: ltitude. B. Side to side. C. Bottom to top. D. Front to back. 22. On a technical drawing, a plane is an imaginary flat surface that has: A. No thickness. B. Height and width. C. Depth and height. D. Very little thickness. 23. When making an orthographic drawing, the THICKEST lines should be the: A. Center lines. B. Visible (object) lines. C. Extension lines. D. Hidden lines.

9 24. Which is the correct FRONT view of the figure below? 25. Which is the correct TOP view of the figure below?

10 26. Which of the following is the BEST example of drawing CENTER lines? 27. Which is a CENTER LINE? 28. When making a multiview drawing of an object, you need to draw: A. Only as many views as are needed to describe the shape. B. Three views. C. Two views. D. Six views.

11 29. Drawings of objects with very little thickness (like an erasing shield) require: A. One view. B. Two views. C. Three views. D. Four views. 30. Where is the HIDDEN LINE drawn INCORRECTLY in the figure below? 31. In the term ""ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION,"" the ""GRAPHIC"" refers to: A. To throw. B. Forward. C. Written or drawn. D. At right angles. 32. Which term describes a location in space? A. Line B. Plane C. Point D. Surface

12 33. In an orthographic drawing, a circular surface may NOT appear as a/an: A. Ellipse. B. Circle. C. Straight line. D. Parabola. 34. Surfaces and edges that CANNOT be seen from the outside of the object are identified by: A. Hidden lines. B. Invisible lines. C. Opaque lines. D. Unseen lines. 35. CENTER lines should be: A. Thick. B. Medium thick. C. Thin. D. Very thin, very light. 36. In the figure below, the edge view of surface ""A"" will appear TRUE LENGTH in the: A. Bottom view. B. Front view. C. Right side view. D. Top view.

13 37. If a cylinder is cut as illustrated below, the RIGHT SIDE view will contain a/an: A. Circle. B. Ellipse. C. Rectangle. D. Triangle.

14 38. What is the correct RIGHT SIDE view of the figure below? 39. Surfaces or edges that CANNOT be seen in the views are drawn with: A. Centerlines. B. Visible/Object lines. C. Hidden lines. D. No lines. 40. A good sketching technique for drawing a straight line is to focus on the: A. End point of the line. B. Left side of the page. C. Pencil point. D. Right side of the page.

15 41. The PRECEDENCE OF LINES tells us that if a visible line and a hidden line coincide (occupy the same position on the drawing), we should: A. Draw only the hidden line. B. Draw only the visible line. C. Draw the hidden line just above the visible line. D. Replace them with a phantom line. 42. The TOP view consists of: A. Depth and height. B. Width and depth. C. Height and circumference. D. Width and height. 43. What is the correct TOP view in the figure below?

16 44. What is the correct FRONT view in the figure below? 45. When making a three-view drawing, all of the following methods can be used to transfer depth measurements EXCEPT: miter line. B. Dividers. C. A scale. D. Straight line projection.

17 46. Which is the correct RIGHT SIDE view of the figure below? 47. What is a flat or non-flat element created from curved lines? A. Line B. Plane C. Surface D. Texture

18 48. It is commonly accepted practice that sketches are made with: A..3mm leads. B. Red pencils. C. Softer leads. D. Harder leads. 49. The RIGHT SIDE view is taken from the: A. Horizontal plane. B. Frontal plane. C. Vertical plane. D. Profile plane. 50. When a surface ALWAYS appears as a FORESHORTENED SURFACE (never as a line) on the six, regular planes of projection it is classified as what type of surface? A. Inclined B. Normal C. Sloping D. Oblique 51. What is the advantage of using ""pencil-sight"" sketching technique? ids in keeping correct proportion B. Makes the sketch perspective C. Makes the sketch pictorial D. Provides a sketching grid 52. The LEFT SIDE view consists of: A. Depth and height. B. Width and depth. C. Height and circumference. D. Width and height.

19 53. The PRECEDENCE OF LINES tells us that if a visible line and a center line coincide (occupy the same position on the drawing), we should: A. Draw only the center line. B. Draw only the visible line. C. Draw the center line just above the visible line. D. Replace them with a phantom line. 54. A line at an angle of less than 90 o to a plane of projection will appear as a: A. Point. B. True length line. urved line. D. Foreshortened line. 55. What is the term for surface quality? A. Line B. Plane C. Surface D. Texture 56. A fast and accurate method of constructing the side view once the top and front views are established is by using a: A. Hidden line. B. Miter line. C. Width line. D. Metered line. 57. The distance from the BOTTOM of an object to the TOP of the object is: A. Circumference. B. Width. C. Height. epth.

20 58. In the figure below, surface ""A"" will appear TRUE SIZE and TRUE SHAPE in: ll of the customary views. B. None of the customary views. C. The front view only. D. The top view only. 59. When a CURVED SURFACE is TANGENT to a PLANE SURFACE: A. No line should be shown where they join. B. An edge is formed where they join. C. A curved line is produced. D. The curved surface will appear as a hidden line. 60. The REAR view consists of: A. Height and depth. B. Width and height. C. Height and length. D. Width and length. 61. In a FRONT VIEW, the distance across an object, from one side to other side, is the: ltitude. B. Width. C. Height. epth.

21 62. What is the MINIMUM number of views necessary to describe the three dimensions of the object below? A. One view B. Two views C. Three views D. Four views 63. What is INCORRECT about describing an object? A. Some objects can be described with only two views. B. Some objects can be described with only one view. C. The most descriptive view is typically the top view. D. Use only the number of views necessary to describe the object. 64. What type of line must be drawn between points A & B to complete the LEFT SIDE view of the figure below? A. Center B. Hidden C. Section D. Visible

22 65. What is the correct RIGHT SIDE view in the figure below? 66. What three dimensions do all objects have? A. Height, width, and radius B. Angle, height, and depth C. Height, width, and depth D. Angle, depth, and radius 67. Most drawings done with instruments start from: A. Blueprint drawings for manufacturing. B. Models of a proposed object. C. Parts drawings found in catalogues. D. Sketches provided by engineers or designers.

23 68. What is the correct FRONT view in the figure below? 69. According to its position, view X in the illustration below is the: A. Front. B. Left side. C. Right side. D. Top. 70. When two surfaces intersect they form a: A. Line. B. Point. C. Solid. D. Surface.

24 71. What is the correct FRONT view in the figure below?

25 72. In the figure below, the edge view of surface ""A"" will appear TRUE LENGTH in the: A. Top view. B. Right side view. C. Front view. D. All views. 73. IN MOST CASES, you can completely describe the shape and size of an object by drawing: A. One view. B. Two views. C. Four views. D. Two or three views. 74. The TOP VIEW is normally placed above the: A. Right side. B. Front. C. Left side. D. Back.

26 75. What is the correct TOP view of the figure below? 76. OBJECT/VISIBLE lines are indicated by: lternate, long ( 3/4 "" to 1 1/2 "" ) and then short ( 1/16 to 1/32 "" ) dashed lines. B. Thick, solid lines. C. Thin, solid lines. D. Uniform 1/8 "" dashes.

27 77. How many views should be drawn if the object's thickness is given in a note? A. One B. Two C. Three D. Six 78. When a surface slants away from a plane of projection, it appears as a: A. Foreshortened surface. B. Foreshortened line. C. Normal surface. D. True-shaped surface. 79. What type of sketch is typically used for an object with very little thickness? A. Isometric B. Multiview C. Pictorial D. Single view 80. What is the correct RIGHT SIDE view in the figure below?

28 81. Another term for ORTHOGRAPHIC DRAWING is: A. Isometric drawing. B. Oblique drawing. C. Multiview drawing. D. Perspective. 82. What is the path between two points (straight or curved) called? A. Line B. Plane C. Point D. Surface 83. The FRONT view consists of: A. Depth and height. B. Width and depth. C. Height and circumference. D. Width and height. 84. The RIGHT SIDE view consists of: A. Depth and height. B. Width and depth. C. Height and circumference. D. Width and height. 85. Orthographic projection involves the use of three planes. They are: A. Vertical (frontal), profile, and level. B. Horizontal, vertical (frontal), and profile. C. Horizontal, profile, and level. D. Straight, level, and inclined.

29 86. Which PICTORIAL sketch is the most realistic in appearance, but the most complex to draw? A. Isometric B. Oblique C. Orthoscopic D. Perspective 87. Which type of OBLIQUE sketch is drawn with FULL DEPTH? A. Cabinet B. Cavalier C. Orthographic D. Orthoscopic 88. In the figure below, which ISOMETRIC ellipse is NOT correctly oriented? 89. Which type of OBLIQUE sketch has the receding axis drawn at one-half the true-depth? A. Cabinet B. Cavalier C. General D. Uniform

30 90. Which type of PICTORIAL sketch allows circles to appear on the front face as a true circle? A. Dimetric B. Isometric C. Oblique D. Perspective 91. Which PICTORIAL sketch shows an object as the eye would see it? A. Isometric B. Oblique C. Orthoscopic D. Perspective 92. In an ISOMETRIC sketch, what lines are NOT parallel to the three isometric axes? A. Elliptical B. Non-isometric C. Trimetric D. Vertical 93. A TWO-POINT perspective sketch has two: A. Equal angles. B. Horizons. C. Station points. D. Vanishing points.

31 94. A normal ISOMETRIC ellipse should NOT be drawn on which surface? 95. Which PICTORIAL sketch has a 90 angle between two of its three axes? A. Dimetric B. Isometric C. Oblique D. Perspective 96. When sketching long, narrow objects in OBLIQUE, distortion can be lessened by placing the long dimension along: 30 receding axis. B. A 45 receding axis. C. The horizontal axis. D. The vertical axis.

32 97. In an isometric sketch, how are NON-ISOMETRIC lines drawn? A. 30 off horizontal B. 60 off horizontal C. Locate endpoints and connect D. Use a protractor to measure the angle 98. The FIRST step in sketching an isometric circle or ellipse is to sketch a(n): A. Large arc tangent at points. B. Isometric square/rhombus. C. Small arc tangent at points. D. Square. 99. The angle between ISOMETRIC axes is: A. 90. B C D In an OBLIQUE sketch, on which plane are arcs, holes, and irregular features commonly placed? ny plane B. Frontal C. Horizontal D. Profile 101. What is the purpose of a PICTORIAL sketch? A. Learn to draw better B. Quickly explain an idea C. Properly use drafting tools D. Save money on paper

33 102. In the ISOMETRIC sketch below, what measurement is angle A? A. 15 B. 30 C. 45 D To construct an ISOMETRIC sketch using the views below, how would line 1,2 be drawn? A. Locate points 1 and 2, then connect them B. Locate point 1, then draw a line at 60 C. Locate point 2, then draw a line at 60 D. Use a protractor to construct a 60 angle 104. How many axes are in a PICTORIAL sketch? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5

34 105. In an ISOMETRIC sketch, a circle will appear as a(n): rc. B. Circle. C. Ellipse. D. Straight line Which PICTORIAL sketch has edges that converge at a vanishing point? A. Isometric B. Oblique C. Orthoscopic D. Perspective PICTORIAL sketch has edges that converge at a vanishing point? 107. Which PICTORIAL sketch shows the most descriptive features parallel to the plane of projection? A. Dimetric B. Isometric C. Oblique D. Perspective 108. In the sketch below, which line is NON-ISOMETRIC? B C D E

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