2A751 : Aircraft Metals Technology Journeyman! Trivia Quiz

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2A751 : Aircraft Metals Technology Journeyman! Trivia Quiz

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  • 1. 
    When drafting, from where should the light fall on the drawing surface?
    • A. 

      Directly over the head of the drafter

    • B. 

      Pointed in the direction of the drafter

    • C. 

      Over the left shoulder of a left handed drafter

    • D. 

      Over the left shoulder of a right handed drafter

  • 2. 
    Covering the drawing board with vinyl or heavy paper.
    • A. 

      Helps light diffuse on the paper

    • B. 

      Keeps the drafting paper from slipping

    • C. 

      Keeps the drafter from getting splinters

    • D. 

      Helps keep the table from being damaged

  • 3. 
    One quality of vellum or tracing paper is
    • A. 

      Wrinkle resistance

    • B. 

      Heavy construction

    • C. 

      Moisture resistance

    • D. 

      Ease of reproduction

  • 4. 
    To store blueprints or mechanical drawings, you should
    • A. 

      Hang them up

    • B. 

      Store them flat

    • C. 

      Keep them cool

    • D. 

      Fold them neatly

  • 5. 
    Basic drafting equipment consists of 
    • A. 

      A compass, layout die, and drafting instruments

    • B. 

      A drawing board, T square, and drafting instruments

    • C. 

      Hermaphrodite calipers, a drawing board, and layout die

    • D. 

      Drafting instruments, a scribe, and hermaphrodite calipers

  • 6. 
    To keep your T square from warping, you should
    • A. 

      Lay it flat

    • B. 

      Stand it up

    • C. 

      Oil it regularly

    • D. 

      Hang it by the head

  • 7. 
    When you need to quickly draw angles of other than multiples of 15 degrees, a good tool to select is
    • A. 

      A compass

    • B. 

      A protractor

    • C. 

      An architect's scale

    • D. 

      An adjustable triangle

  • 8. 
    The purpose of an engineer's or architect's scale is to 
    • A. 

      Construct lines specifically for an architect

    • B. 

      Construct lines specifically for an engineer

    • C. 

      Reduce or enlarge drawings based on the scale

    • D. 

      Reduce or enlarge drawings based on the print size

  • 9. 
    The engineer's scale divides inches into 
    • A. 

      Decimals

    • B. 

      Fractions

    • C. 

      Centimeters

    • D. 

      Millimeters

  • 10. 
    The scale used the most often in drafting, is the 
    • A. 

      Vernier scale

    • B. 

      Six inch scale

    • C. 

      Engineer's scale

    • D. 

      Architect's scale

  • 11. 
    The compass, least likely to spring out of shape during use, is the 
    • A. 

      Variable compass

    • B. 

      End bow compass

    • C. 

      Side bow compass

    • D. 

      Center bow compass

  • 12. 
    If you need to increase the radius of a circle when using the fraction head compass, select
    • A. 

      Extension bars

    • B. 

      A large divider

    • C. 

      Trammel points

    • D. 

      Side bow attachment

  • 13. 
    The tool used to transfer measurements and distances is 
    • A. 

      Dividers

    • B. 

      Large calipers

    • C. 

      A bow compass

    • D. 

      A trammel point set

  • 14. 
    When  you use dividers to step off equal spaces on a line, you
    • A. 

      Rotate them toward the drawing border

    • B. 

      Step them in a counter clockwise direction

    • C. 

      Alternate clockwise an counter clockwise steps

    • D. 

      Rotate them ina continuous clockwise direction

  • 15. 
    You can reduce the time you do repetitive drafting jobs by using 
    • A. 

      A drafting set

    • B. 

      A bow compass

    • C. 

      A drafting template

    • D. 

      Adjustable triangles

  • 16. 
    If you use a heavy coating of layout dye on your workpiece, you'll have 
    • A. 

      Ragged and uneven lines

    • B. 

      Thin, fine lines for layout

    • C. 

      Distinct, even layout lines

    • D. 

      A dark surface for layout lines

  • 17. 
    A good application of the small rule with holder is measuring 
    • A. 

      Internal recesses

    • B. 

      Cylindrical surfaces

    • C. 

      Flat parallel surfaces

    • D. 

      Gear tooth peripheries

  • 18. 
    When  you construct a figure using geometric construction, use a 
    • A. 

      Pencil, a compass, and a straightedge

    • B. 

      Pencil, a divider set, and a drafting set

    • C. 

      Drafting pen, a drafting set, and a ruler

    • D. 

      Straightedge, a drafting set, and a divider

  • 19. 
    When you need to divide an area into equal spaces, use a scale that 
    • A. 

      Spans slightly less than the space you want to divide

    • B. 

      Spans slightly more than the space you want to divide

    • C. 

      Is any size that permits you to measure the top boundary line

    • D. 

      Is any length as long as it's shorter that the top boundary line

  • 20. 
    When constructing a perpendicular bisector, the method most accurate is
    • A. 

      Using geometric construction

    • B. 

      Laying out an arc tangent first

    • C. 

      Laying out a right triangle first

    • D. 

      Using a T square and a triangle

  • 21. 
    Which is not true of using arcs?
    • A. 

      Lends speed

    • B. 

      Is not accurate

    • C. 

      Lends accuracy

    • D. 

      Eliminates the use of a scale

  • 22. 
    Whe constructing circles and arcs on drawings, first draw
    • A. 

      The straight lines

    • B. 

      The circles or arcs

    • C. 

      Bisectors of circles

    • D. 

      Straight line tangents

  • 23. 
    When constructing a straight line, equal to an arc, set  the dividers to divide the
    • A. 

      Line into two parts

    • B. 

      Arc into equal parts

    • C. 

      Line into equal parts

    • D. 

      Arc into unequal parts

  • 24. 
    When you construct plane figures, you're showing
    • A. 

      One dimensional objects, like a box

    • B. 

      Two dimensional objects, like a cube

    • C. 

      Three dimensional objects, like a ball

    • D. 

      Four dimensional objects, like a sphere

  • 25. 
    A pictoral view of an object is given by an
    • A. 

      Oblique projection

    • B. 

      Isometric projection

    • C. 

      Orthographic projection

    • D. 

      Axonometric projection

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