# IED Unit 2 Assessment

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• 1.
A method of representing 3-D objects on a plane having only width and height is a ___.
• A.

Multi-view drawing

• B.

Orthographic projection

• C.

Perspective sketch

• D.

Oblique sketch

• 2.
A ___ is an oblique pictorial where all dimensions are full scale.
• A.

Cavalier pictorial

• B.

Cabinet pictorial

• C.

Perspective sketch

• D.

Isometric sketch

• 3.
Of the pictorial sketches pictured below, which one is a two-point perspective?
• A.

Figure 1

• B.

Figure 2

• C.

Figure 3

• D.

Figure 4

• 4.
Which figure below contains a multi-view drawing that is associated with the given isometric pictorial?
• A.

Figure 1

• B.

Figure 2

• C.

Figure 3

• D.

Figure 4

• 5.
Which line type is labeled C?
• A.

Construction line

• B.

Object line

• C.

Horizon line

• D.

Vanishing line

• 6.
Which line type is labeled B?
• A.

Construction line

• B.

Object line

• C.

Horizon line

• D.

Vanishing line

• 7.
Label A is pointing to a ___.
• A.

Construction line

• B.

Object line

• C.

Horizon line

• D.

Vanishing point

• 8.
One purpose of hatch marks or section lines in an orthographic drawing is to show ___.
• A.

Material

• B.

Texture

• C.

Dimensions

• D.

Finish

• 9.
A ___ is an oblique pictorial where the depth is represented as half scale but the width and height are full scale.
• A.

Cavalier oblique pictorial

• B.

Cabinet oblique pictorial

• C.

Orthographic projection

• D.

Perspective sketch

• 10.
The most common views used in a three view, orthographic drawing are ___.
• A.

Front, top left side

• B.

Front, left side, right side

• C.

Top, front, bottom

• D.

Front, top, right side

• 11.
The measurement associated with an object’s side-to-side dimension is known as ___.
• A.

Width

• B.

Height

• C.

Depth

• D.

Volume

• 12.
The measurement associated with an object’s front-to-back dimension is known as ___.
• A.

Width

• B.

Height

• C.

Depth

• D.

Volume

• 13.
The measurement associated with an object’s top-to-bottom dimension is known as ___.
• A.

Width

• B.

Height

• C.

Depth

• D.

Volume

• 14.
A drawing which contains views of an object projected onto two or more orthographic planes is called a(n) ___.
• A.

Multi-view drawing

• B.

Pictorial sketch

• C.

Isometric sketch

• D.

Oblique sketch