Drafting Quiz: Objective 002.02

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  • 1. 

    The purpose of a sketch is to quicly and easily get an idea on paper.

    • A.

      Correct

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. Correct
    Explanation
    The purpose of a sketch is to quickly and easily get an idea on paper. Sketching allows for a quick visual representation of an idea or concept, making it easier to communicate and share with others. It is a valuable tool in the design process as it allows for exploration and iteration before committing to a final design.

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  • 2. 

    Freehand Technical Sketches can be __________ or __________.

    Correct Answer
    multiview or pictorial
    Multiview or Pictorials
    Multiview or Pictorial
    Multiview, pictorial
    Multiview, Pictorial
    Multiview and Pictorial
    multiview and pictorial
    Multiview and pictorial
    Explanation
    Freehand Technical Sketches can be either multiview or pictorial.

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  • 3. 

    Technical Illustrations include more detail, stucture and restrctions that other types of sketches.

    • A.

      Correct

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. Correct
    Explanation
    Technical illustrations are known for their level of detail, structure, and restrictions compared to other types of sketches. This means that technical illustrations provide more precise and accurate representations of objects or concepts, often used in technical documentation or manuals. These illustrations are created with specific guidelines and standards in mind, ensuring that they convey information effectively and accurately.

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  • 4. 

    Only __________ and ___________ are needed to make a sketch.

    Correct Answer
    pencil and paper
    Pencil and Paper
    Pencil, paper
    pencil, paper
    Pencil, Paper
    Explanation
    The correct answer is pencil and paper. These two items are essential for making a sketch as the pencil is used to draw and create the lines and shapes, while the paper provides a surface to work on.

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  • 5. 

    Sketches must be...

    • A.

      Straight

    • B.

      Correct dimensions

    • C.

      Proportional

    • D.

      Hard sketched

    Correct Answer
    C. Proportional
    Explanation
    Sketches must be proportional in order to accurately represent the dimensions and proportions of the object being sketched. This ensures that the sketch is an accurate representation of the object and can be used as a reference for further work or as a visual aid. Straightness and correct dimensions are important factors as well, but proportionality is the most crucial aspect to consider when creating a sketch.

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  • 6. 

    The three types of sketches are...

    Correct Answer
    single view, multiview, and pictorials
    single view, multiview, pictorials
    Single View, Multiview, Pictorials
    Single View, Multiview, Pictorial
    Single View, Multiview, and Pictorial
    Single View, multiview, and pictorial
    single view, multiview, pictorial
    Single View, Multiview, Pictorial
    Single View, multiview and pictorial
    Explanation
    The correct answer is single view, multiview, and pictorials.

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  • 7. 

    A Multiview sketch sketch...

    • A.

      >_< idk dammit it!

    • B.

      Shows the viewer one view

    • C.

      Shows different views of an object as seen from different positions and arrange in standard order

    Correct Answer
    C. Shows different views of an object as seen from different positions and arrange in standard order
    Explanation
    A Multiview sketch shows different views of an object as seen from different positions and arranges them in a standard order. This means that the sketch provides multiple perspectives or angles of the object, allowing the viewer to see it from different sides or viewpoints. These different views are organized in a specific order, typically following a standard convention or arrangement.

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  • 8. 

    In an isometric sketch the three axes are equally spaced ____ degrees apart in radius.

    Correct Answer
    120
    Explanation
    In an isometric sketch, the three axes are equally spaced 120 degrees apart in radius. This means that each axis is positioned at an angle of 120 degrees relative to the other two axes. This arrangement allows for accurate representation of three-dimensional objects in a two-dimensional sketch, providing a balanced and visually appealing perspective.

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  • 9. 

    The prefix "iso" stands for...

    Correct Answer
    Equal
    equal
    Explanation
    The prefix "iso" is derived from the Greek word "isos," which means equal or alike. Therefore, when used as a prefix in words like "isometric" or "isothermal," it indicates equality or similarity.

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  • 10. 

    What is Receeding 

    • A.

      Moving away from a previous position

    • B.

      Moving forward

    • C.

      Following given guidelines

    Correct Answer
    A. Moving away from a previous position
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Moving away from a previous position." This means that something is moving or retreating further away from its previous location or position.

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  • 11. 

    The isometric axes are most often positioned so that the receding lines are ___ degrees off the horizontal.

    Correct Answer
    30
    Explanation
    The isometric axes are most often positioned so that the receding lines are 30 degrees off the horizontal.

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  • 12. 

    Circualar shapes will typically appear as an ________ in isometric skecthes.

    Correct Answer
    Ellipse
    ellipse
    A circle called ellipse
    Explanation
    In isometric sketches, circular shapes will typically appear as ellipses. This is because isometric sketches are drawn in a 3D perspective, where objects are foreshortened. Since circles are viewed at an angle in isometric sketches, they will appear as ellipses instead of perfect circles.

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  • 13. 

    Ellipse must be ______ according to the plane in which they apppear 

    Correct Answer
    Oriented
    oriented
    Explanation
    The word "oriented" refers to the positioning or alignment of the ellipse in relation to the plane in which it appears. It suggests that the ellipse has a specific direction or orientation in the given plane. Therefore, the correct answer is "oriented".

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  • 14. 

    Lines not parellel to the isometric axes are called _________ lines.

    Correct Answer
    Non-Isometric Lines
    non-isometric lines
    non isometric lines
    Non isometric lines
    Explanation
    Non-Isometric Lines are lines that are not parallel to the isometric axes. These lines do not follow the same orientation as the isometric axes and have a different direction.

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  • 15. 

    Lines parallel to the isometric axes are called ________ lines.

    Correct Answer
    Isometric lines
    Isometric Lines
    isometric lines
    Explanation
    Lines parallel to the isometric axes are referred to as isometric lines. The term "isometric" refers to a type of drawing or representation where the three dimensions of an object are shown equally, without any foreshortening or perspective. Isometric lines are used to create a sense of depth and dimension in isometric drawings.

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  • 16. 

    A standard angle measuring device such as a _________ cannot be used to measure angles in isometric.

    Correct Answer
    Protractor
    protractor
    Explanation
    A standard angle measuring device such as a protractor cannot be used to measure angles in isometric because isometric drawings are three-dimensional representations where all angles are equal to 120 degrees. A protractor is designed to measure angles in two dimensions and cannot accurately measure angles in the isometric perspective.

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  • 17. 

    The front view is normal to the viewers ________ of _________ in an oblique sketch.

    • A.

      Point of view

    • B.

      Line of sight

    • C.

      Perception of view

    Correct Answer
    B. Line of sight
    Explanation
    In an oblique sketch, the front view is normal to the viewers' line of sight. This means that the viewers are looking directly at the front view, and it is perpendicular to their line of vision. The line of sight is the imaginary line along which the viewers are looking, and it determines the perspective from which they see the sketch. Therefore, the correct answer is "Line of sight."

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  • 18. 

    A Circle drawn on the frontal plane will appear as a _______.

    Correct Answer
    Circle
    circle
    Explanation
    When a circle is drawn on the frontal plane, it will appear as a circle. The term "frontal plane" refers to a two-dimensional plane that is perpendicular to the sagittal and transverse planes, and when a circle is drawn on this plane, it will retain its circular shape. Therefore, the correct answer is circle.

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  • 19. 

    A curve drawn on the __________ will appear true shape

    Correct Answer
    Frontal Plane
    frontal plane
    Frontal plane
    Explanation
    A curve drawn on the frontal plane will appear in its true shape. The frontal plane is one of the three anatomical planes that divides the body into front and back halves. When a curve is drawn on this plane, it will accurately represent the shape of the curve without any distortion caused by the perspective or orientation of the viewer.

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  • 20. 

    A curve drawn on the frontal plane will appear ____________.

    • A.

      True axes

    • B.

      True proportion

    • C.

      True shape

    Correct Answer
    C. True shape
    Explanation
    When a curve is drawn on the frontal plane, it will appear with its true shape. This means that the proportions and angles of the curve will be accurately represented on the plane. The curve will not be distorted or skewed in any way, but will maintain its original shape.

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  • 21. 

    Circles and curves appering on the side and top planes will be __________.

    Correct Answer
    Distorted
    distorted
    Explanation
    The circles and curves appearing on the side and top planes will be distorted. This means that their shapes will be altered or changed from their original form. The word "distorted" suggests that the circles and curves will not be perfectly round or smooth, but instead will appear stretched, squeezed, or warped in some way. The repetition of the word "distorted" reinforces this idea and emphasizes that the distortion will occur on both the side and top planes.

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  • 22. 

    What is Distortion?

    • A.

      Any alteration of an original shape; (or other characteristics of an object).

    • B.

      SOUNDDDDDDDDDDDDD

    • C.

      I WAS FROZEN TODAY!!!

    Correct Answer
    A. Any alteration of an original shape; (or other characteristics of an object).
    Explanation
    Distortion refers to any alteration of the original shape or other characteristics of an object. This can include changes in form, appearance, or sound. It is a broad term that encompasses any modification or deviation from the original state of something.

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  • 23. 

    Receding edges can be sketched at ____________ exceot veritcal or horizontal.

    Correct Answer
    Any angle
    any angle
    Explanation
    Receding edges can be sketched at any angle except vertical or horizontal. This means that the edges can be drawn at any other angle, such as diagonal or slanted, but not in a completely vertical or horizontal direction.

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  • 24. 

    Receding edges can be sketched at any angle except vertical or horizontal but are usually drawn at an angle of __, __, or__ degrees.

    Correct Answer
    30,45,60
    30,45, or 60 degrees
    30, 45, or 60 degrees
    Explanation
    Receding edges can be sketched at any angle except vertical or horizontal but are usually drawn at an angle of 30, 45, or 60 degrees.

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  • 25. 

    Pictorial sketches show _______, _______, and ________ of an object in one view.

    • A.

      Depth

    • B.

      Height

    • C.

      Proportion

    • D.

      Width

    • E.

      Lines

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Depth
    B. Height
    D. Width
    Explanation
    Pictorial sketches show the depth, height, and width of an object in one view.

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  • 26. 

    What are the three types of pictorial sketching?

    Correct Answer(s)
    Isometric, Oblique, and Perspective
    isometric, oblique, and perspective
    isometric Oblique Perspective
    isometric, oblique, perspective
    Explanation
    Isometric, Oblique, and Perspective are the three types of pictorial sketching. Isometric sketching involves drawing objects in a way that shows all three dimensions equally, with parallel lines at 30-degree angles. Oblique sketching involves drawing objects with one face parallel to the picture plane and the other faces at an angle. Perspective sketching involves creating the illusion of depth and distance by drawing objects smaller as they get farther away.

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  • 27. 

    The most common types of perspective drawings are...

    • A.

      Drawing and Paint

    • B.

      Drafting and Sketching

    • C.

      Pictorial

    • D.

      One-point and Two-Point perspective

    Correct Answer
    D. One-point and Two-Point perspective
    Explanation
    One-point and Two-Point perspective are the most common types of perspective drawings. These techniques involve creating the illusion of depth and three-dimensional space on a two-dimensional surface. In one-point perspective, all lines converge to a single vanishing point, while in two-point perspective, there are two vanishing points. These techniques are widely used in architectural and interior design drawings, as well as in art and illustration to create realistic and visually engaging compositions.

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  • 28. 

    Cavalier oblique pictorials are drawn or sketched at _________ depth.

    Correct Answer
    Full
    full
    Full depth
    full depth
    Explanation
    Cavalier oblique pictorials are drawn or sketched at full depth. This means that the objects in the pictorial are represented with their full depth, giving a realistic and three-dimensional appearance. The term "full" is used twice to emphasize that the depth is fully represented in the drawing or sketch.

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  • 29. 

    Cabinet oblique pictorials are drawn or sketched a...

    • A.

      Reduced depth (usually half)

    • B.

      Low depth

    • C.

      End depth

    • D.

      Quarter depth

    Correct Answer
    A. Reduced depth (usually half)
    Explanation
    Cabinet oblique pictorials are a type of pictorial drawing or sketching technique. In this technique, the depth of the object is reduced, usually by half, compared to its actual depth. This means that the objects in the drawing appear less deep than they would in reality. This reduction in depth helps to create a more visually appealing and balanced composition in the drawing.

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  • 30. 

    A __________ sketch is the most realisitic of the pictorial sketches.

    • A.

      Drawing sketch

    • B.

      Perspective sketch

    • C.

      Oblique sketch

    • D.

      Pictorial sketch

    Correct Answer
    B. Perspective sketch
    Explanation
    A perspective sketch is the most realistic of the pictorial sketches because it accurately represents the three-dimensional depth and perspective of an object or scene. It uses techniques such as vanishing points and foreshortening to create the illusion of depth and realism.

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  • 31. 

    Circles drawn in a Oblique are presented as ___________.

    • A.

      Circular Spectrum

    • B.

      Round

    • C.

      Ellipse

    • D.

      Circle

    Correct Answer
    B. Round
    Explanation
    Circles drawn in an oblique position are presented as "round". This means that the circles maintain their circular shape even when they are drawn at an angle. The term "round" is used to describe the shape of the circles in this context.

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  • 32. 

    The receding edges on an Oblique sketch are __ degrees.

    • A.

      45°

    • B.

      60°

    • C.

      30°

    • D.

      180°

    Correct Answer
    A. 45°
    Explanation
    The receding edges on an Oblique sketch are 45°. This means that the edges that are farther away from the viewer are drawn at a 45° angle. This helps create the illusion of depth and perspective in the sketch.

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  • 33. 

    How are engles of 30 and 60 sketched?

    • A.

      By subdividing 90° into two parts

    • B.

      By subdividing 90° into three parts

    • C.

      Subtracting the isometric axes of 180° by 90°

    • D.

      MONKEY

    Correct Answer
    B. By subdividing 90° into three parts

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