# AutoCAD Level 1 Post- Assessment

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• 1.

### By default, AutoCAD has the following workspaces

• A.

2D Drafting & Annotation

• B.

3D Modeling

• C.

My workspace

• D.

A. 2D Drafting & Annotation
B. 3D Modeling
Explanation
AutoCAD has multiple workspaces that users can choose from based on their preferences and needs. The given answer lists the default workspaces available in AutoCAD, which are 2D Drafting & Annotation, 3D Modeling, and AutoCAD Classic. These workspaces provide different sets of tools and settings tailored for specific tasks, such as creating 2D drawings, designing in 3D, or using a more traditional interface. Users can switch between these workspaces to access the tools and features that best suit their workflow.

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• 2.

### What is the angle that you use to rotate the chair from point A to point B?

• A.

90

• B.

-90

• C.

-270

• D.

None

B. -90
Explanation
The angle used to rotate the chair from point A to point B is -90 degrees. This means that the chair is rotated in a counterclockwise direction by 90 degrees.

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• 3.

### One of the below options is wrong about type of Autocad drawing units. Which one is it?

• A.

Architectural

• B.

Engineering

• C.

Millimeter

• D.

Decimal

C. Millimeter
Explanation
The option "Millimeter" is the correct answer because millimeter is a valid unit of measurement in AutoCAD. AutoCAD allows users to choose from various units of measurement, including architectural, engineering, and decimal units. Millimeter is commonly used in AutoCAD for precise and accurate measurements, especially in industries like manufacturing and engineering where precision is crucial.

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• 4.

### Which of the following settings can be made for polar tracking?

• A.

Increment angle

• B.

• C.

Track using all polar angles settings

A. Increment angle
Explanation
Polar tracking is a feature in CAD software that allows users to snap to specific angles or increments while drawing. The "Increment angle" setting determines the angle at which the cursor will snap to while drawing, providing precision and control. The "Additional angles" setting allows users to specify additional angles at which the cursor will snap, further enhancing accuracy. These settings give users flexibility and control over their drawings by allowing them to snap to specific angles or increments as needed.

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• 5.

### In order to move an object, ________________

• A.

Select a base point,followed by a point to define where the object is moving to.

• B.

Use the Displacement option

• C.

Select object for grips, then move

• D.

All of the above

D. All of the above
Explanation
The correct answer is "All of the above." This means that in order to move an object, you can either select a base point followed by a point to define where the object is moving to, use the Displacement option, or select the object for grips and then move it. All three options are valid methods for moving an object.

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• 6.

### Copy command also creates Multiples copies of an object. True/False?

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The statement is true. The copy command does indeed create multiple copies of an object. This command allows users to duplicate an object or a selection of objects within a document or across different documents. It is a useful feature for tasks such as creating duplicates of images, text, or other elements in a design or document.

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• 7.

### In order to get the below result using Object A, you have to set the number of rows and columns to:

• A.

4,1

• B.

4,2

• C.

4,3

• D.

4,4

B. 4,2
Explanation
To get the given result using Object A, the number of rows should be set to 4 and the number of columns should be set to 2. This means that Object A will have 4 rows and 2 columns, resulting in a grid with 8 cells.

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• 8.

### When using copy with grips, select Copy after you have selected an option, such as Move, Mirror, Rotate, Scale, or Stretch. True/False?

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
When using copy with grips, you can select an option like Move, Mirror, Rotate, Scale, or Stretch first, and then choose the Copy option to create a copy of the selected object. This means that the statement "When using copy with grips, select Copy after you have selected an option" is true.

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• 9.

### What happens if you fillet these two lines with radius 0?

• A.

Cannot fillet

• B.

Sharp corner

• C.

None

B. Sharp corner
Explanation
If you fillet two lines with a radius of 0, it means that you are trying to create a rounded corner between them without any curvature. However, since the radius is 0, it is not possible to create a rounded corner. Instead, you will end up with a sharp corner where the two lines meet. Therefore, the correct answer is "Sharp corner."

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• 10.

### If you modify a dimension style, all dimensions using that style in the drawing updateautomatically. True/False?

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
When you modify a dimension style in a drawing, all dimensions that are using that style will automatically update. This means that any changes made to the dimension style, such as text height or arrow size, will be reflected in all dimensions throughout the drawing. This can save time and effort as there is no need to manually update each individual dimension when changes are made to the style. Therefore, the statement is true.

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• 11.

### When you Explode a block, the geometry returns to its original properties. True/False?

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
When you explode a block, it means that you are breaking it down into its individual components. By doing so, the geometry of the block returns to its original properties, meaning that it no longer retains the characteristics of being a block. Therefore, the statement "When you explode a block, the geometry returns to its original properties" is true.

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• 12.

### Which options are used to draw this polyline?

• A.

Line

• B.

Arc

• C.

Tamper

• D.

Width

A. Line
B. Arc
D. Width
Explanation
The options "line", "arc", and "width" are used to draw the polyline. A polyline is a series of connected line segments and curves, and the "line" option is used to draw straight line segments. The "arc" option is used to draw curved segments of the polyline. The "width" option is used to set the width or thickness of the polyline. Therefore, by using these three options, one can draw a polyline with both straight and curved segments, and control its width.

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