# I.E.D. Final Exam Part C (Fall 2015)

1 Question | Total Attempts: 276  Settings  • 1.
___ is a condition in which different elements are equal or in the correct proportion.
• A.

Balance

• B.

Form

• C.

Rhythm

• D.

Value

• 2.
A regularly recurring sequence of events or actions is ___.
• A.

Rhythm

• B.

Form

• C.

Value

• D.

Balance

• 3.
Symmetry about a central axis is called ___.
• A.

Asymmetry

• B.

• C.

Rhythm

• D.

Proportion

• 4.
The lightness or darkness of a color in relation to a scale ranging from white to black is called ___.
• A.

• B.

Value

• C.

Balance

• D.

Form

• 5.
Special importance, value, or prominence given to something is called ___.
• A.

Emphasis

• B.

Value

• C.

Balance

• D.

Rhythm

• 6.
Circles should have a ___ and are dimensioned with a leader line to identify the ___.
• A.

Bisector ... diameter

• B.

• C.

Center mark ... diameter

• D.

• 7.
Arcs should have a ___ and are dimensioned with a leader line to identify the ___.
• A.

• B.

Center mark ... diameter

• C.

• D.

Bisector ... diameter

• 8.
_____ is a type of modeling that helps to define the scope and limitations of the design problem before significant time is invested in the development of a prototype.
• A.

Computer modeling

• B.

Graphical modeling

• C.

Conceptual modeling

• D.

Mathematical modeling

• 9.
In computer modeling, the process of drawing lines, circles, arcs, and rectangles to create the basic profile that defines the approximate size and shape of features in a part is referred to as ___.
• A.

Dimensioning

• B.

Profiling

• C.

Sketching

• D.

Extruding

• 10.
Placed features such as ___ and ___ are edge treatments applied to a 3D solid model.
• A.

Emboss ... engrave

• B.

Fillet ... chamfer

• C.

Rib ... web

• D.

Draft face ... thicken

• 11.
Work planes that are created parallel to an existing surface and a specified distance away from that surface are referred to as:
• A.

Offset work planes

• B.

Angled work planes

• C.

Oblique work planes

• D.

Auxiliary work planes

• 12.
When a group of parts is pre-assembled and brought into a larger group of parts as a single unit, they are referred to as ____.
• A.

Subassemblies

• B.

Subsystems

• C.

Exponential components

• D.

Mathematical modes

• 13.
One purpose of hatch marks or section lines in an orthographic drawing is to show ___.
• A.

Material

• B.

Texture

• C.

Dimensions

• D.

Finish

• 14.
A cutting plane is needed to create which of the following views in an orthographic drawing?
• A.

Auxiliary view

• B.

Section view

• C.

Detail view

• D.

Isometric view

• 15.
Which drawing view would be the most appropriate to use if an important feature of a part was too small and complex relative to the total part size?
• A.

Auxiliary view

• B.

Section view

• C.

Detail view

• D.

Isometric view

• 16.
Mass, volume, and density are all examples of ___.
• A.

Physical properties

• B.

Chemical properties

• C.

Principles and elements

• D.

Constraints

• 17.
What constraint would you use to best place a pin inside a hole?
• A.

Mate constraint

• B.

Flush constraint

• C.

Angle constraint

• D.

Insert constraint

• 18.
Which of these is NOT an item found in a Design Brief?
• A.

Constraints

• B.

Solution

• C.

Problem and Design Statement

• D.

Client, Target Consumer

• 19.
What is used to compare design solutions against one another using specific criteria that are often based on project requirements?
• A.

Decision matrix

• B.

Design brief

• C.

Gantt chart

• D.

Histogram

• 20.
Which drawing view would be necessary when the interior parts of an object are complex and not clearly visible from any view?
• A.

Auxiliary view

• B.

Section view

• C.

Detail view

• D.

Isometric view

• 21.
Which of the following views would be needed to show the actual shape and size of an inclined surface?
• A.

Auxiliary view

• B.

Section view

• C.

Detail view

• D.

Isometric view

• 22.
_________ is a department within a company that develops new products or redesigns existing products.
• A.

Concurrent engineering

• B.

Rapid prototyping

• C.

Research and development

• D.

Human resources

• 23.
What data collection process is used to determine how much money is needed to design, manufacture, package and distribute a product?
• A.

Cost analysis

• B.

Monetary allocation

• C.

Research and development

• D.

Financial modeling

• 24.
Identify the sketch type shown to the right.
• A.

Two-point perspective sketch

• B.

Cavalier oblique sketch

• C.

Isometric sketch

• D.

Orthographic projection

• 25.
Circles and arcs that share the same center point are _________________.
• A.

Tangent

• B.

Co-linear

• C.

Coincident

• D.

Concentric

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