# Preparing & Interpreting Technical Drawing (Pitd)

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• 1.

### Represents detailed drawing showing a connection from one point to control system

• A.

Loop diagram

• B.

Block diagram

• C.

Schematic Diagram

• D.

Flow chart

A. Loop diagram
Explanation
A loop diagram represents a detailed drawing that shows the connection from one point to a control system. It is used to illustrate the flow of signals or information within a system. This type of diagram is commonly used in electrical and control engineering to depict the interconnections between different components and devices in a control loop. It helps in understanding the overall functioning and control of the system.

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• 2.

### Use special shapes to represent different types of actions or steps in a process. Lines and arrows show the sequence of the steps, and the relationships among them.

• A.

Loop Diagram

• B.

Block Diagram

• C.

Schematic Diagram

• D.

Flow Chart

D. Flow Chart
Explanation
Flow charts are used to represent different types of actions or steps in a process. They use special shapes to depict these actions or steps and lines and arrows to show the sequence of the steps and the relationships among them. Therefore, a flow chart is the correct answer in this context.

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• 3.

### A drawing showing all significant components, parts, or tasks (and their interconnections) of a circuit, device, flow, process, or project by means of standard symbols

• A.

Loop Diagram

• B.

Block Diagram

• C.

Schematic Diagram

• D.

Flow Chart

C. Schematic Diagram
Explanation
A schematic diagram is a drawing that represents all the important components, parts, or tasks of a circuit, device, flow, process, or project using standard symbols. It shows the interconnections between these elements, providing a visual representation of how they are connected and interact with each other. This diagram is commonly used in engineering and technical fields to communicate and understand complex systems.

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• 4.

### A graphic representation of data and allow users to see what the results of data to better understand and predict current and future data.

• A.

Layout Plans

• B.

Charts

• C.

Flow charts

• D.

Schematic diagram

B. Charts
Explanation
Charts are a visual representation of data that allow users to see the results of data in a clear and organized manner. They help users better understand and analyze the data, as well as make predictions about current and future trends. Charts can display various types of data, such as numerical values, percentages, or comparisons between different categories. They are commonly used in presentations, reports, and data analysis to communicate information effectively and facilitate decision-making processes.

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• 5.

### Is a specialized, high-level flowchart used in engineering. It is used to design new systems or to describe and improve existing ones

• A.

Loop diagram

• B.

Block Diagram

• C.

Schematic Diagram

• D.

Flow Chart

B. Block Diagram
Explanation
A block diagram is a specialized, high-level flowchart used in engineering. It is commonly used to design new systems or to describe and improve existing ones. Block diagrams provide a visual representation of the components and their interconnections within a system, allowing engineers to easily understand and analyze the system's functionality. This diagram type is particularly useful for complex systems as it simplifies the representation of the system's structure and relationships.

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• 6.

### What is the Prefix name for for integrated circuits?

• A.

Y

• B.

Q

• C.

U

• D.

L

C. U
Explanation
The prefix name for integrated circuits is "U".

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• 7.

### What is the prefix name for  Transistor

• A.

Y

• B.

U

• C.

Q

• D.

L

C. Q
Explanation
The prefix name for a transistor is Q.

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• 8.

### What is the prefix name for Inductors?

• A.

Y

• B.

U

• C.

Q

• D.

L

D. L
Explanation
The correct answer is "L" because inductors are commonly represented by the letter "L" in circuit diagrams and electrical schematics. This is a standard convention used in the field of electronics to differentiate inductors from other components. Therefore, "L" is the prefix name for inductors.

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• 9.

### What is the prefix name for Capacitor

• A.

Y

• B.

C

• C.

Q

• D.

L

B. C
Explanation
The prefix name for a capacitor is "C". This is because capacitors are commonly represented by the letter "C" in electronic circuit diagrams and schematics. The letter "Y" is not commonly used as a prefix for capacitors, and "Q" and "L" are typically used to represent other electronic components such as resistors and inductors.

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• 10.

### What is the prefix name for crystal oscillators?

• A.

Y

• B.

U

• C.

Q

• D.

L

A. Y
Explanation
The prefix name for crystal oscillators is "Y".

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• 11.

### What flow chart symbol is this

• A.

Terminator/Start/End

• B.

Process

• C.

Decision

• D.

Connector

A. Terminator/Start/End
Explanation
The given correct answer is "Terminator/Start/End." This symbol in a flow chart represents the start or end point of a process. It indicates the beginning or end of a flowchart and is used to show where the process starts or ends. It is typically represented by a rounded rectangle shape with the word "Start" or "End" written inside.

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• 12.

### Is a chart or graph that presents categorical data with rectangular bars with heights or lengths proportional to the values that they represent. The bars can be plotted vertically or horizontally.

• A.

Bar chart

• B.

Line chart

• C.

Column Chart

• D.

Pie Chart

A. Bar chart
Explanation
A bar chart is a type of chart or graph that uses rectangular bars to represent categorical data. The height or length of the bars is proportional to the values they represent. The bars can be plotted vertically or horizontally. This type of chart is commonly used to compare different categories or show changes over time. It is a visual representation that makes it easy to understand and interpret the data.

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• 13.

### Is a graphic representation of data that display vertical bars going across the chart horizontally, with the values axis being displayed on the left side of the chart.

• A.

Bar Chart

• B.

Column Chart

• C.

Pie chart

• D.

Line Chart

B. Column Chart
Explanation
A column chart is a graphic representation of data that displays vertical bars going across the chart horizontally. The values axis is displayed on the left side of the chart.

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• 14.

### Is a tiny chart in a worksheet cell that provides a visual representation of data

• A.

Line Chart

• B.

Column Chart

• C.

Sparkline Chart

• D.

Point Chart

C. Sparkline Chart
Explanation
A sparkline chart is a small chart that is embedded within a worksheet cell and provides a visual representation of data. Unlike other chart types like line, column, or point charts, a sparkline chart is designed to be compact and concise, displaying trends or patterns in a small space. It is commonly used to show data trends over time or to compare multiple sets of data within a single cell.

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• 15.

### Is represented by a series of data points connected with a straight line

• A.

Line chart

• B.

Sparklines Chart

• C.

Point chart

• D.

Pie chart

A. Line chart
Explanation
A line chart is a graphical representation of data points that are connected by straight lines. It is commonly used to show the trend or pattern of data over time or across different categories. The line connecting the data points helps to visualize the continuous change in the data, making it easier to understand and interpret the information.

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• 16.

### Is a chart object that can be inserted into a worksheet.

• A.

Embedded chart

• B.

Chart Sheet

• C.

Point chart

• D.

Line chart

A. Embedded chart
Explanation
An embedded chart is a chart object that can be inserted into a worksheet. Unlike a chart sheet, which is a separate sheet in the workbook, an embedded chart is placed directly within a worksheet. This allows the chart to be easily viewed and analyzed alongside the data it represents.

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• 17.

### Is a chart that is a sheet of its own.

• A.

Chart Sheet

• B.

Embedded chart

• C.

Line chart

• D.

Point chart

A. Chart Sheet
Explanation
A chart sheet refers to a separate sheet in a spreadsheet that is dedicated solely to displaying a chart. It is not embedded within the regular data sheet but exists as its own entity. This allows for better organization and presentation of the chart, as it can be viewed independently and does not interfere with the data on the main sheet.

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• 18.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

Polarized Capacitor

• B.

Resistor

• C.

Transistor

• D.

ICs

A. Polarized Capacitor
Explanation
This question is asking for the schematic symbol of a polarized capacitor. A polarized capacitor is a type of capacitor that has a positive and negative terminal, and it can only be connected in a specific direction in a circuit. The correct answer would be the schematic symbol that represents a polarized capacitor.

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• 19.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

Light Emitting Diode (LED)

• B.

Capacitor

• C.

Transistor

• D.

Inductor

A. Light Emitting Diode (LED)
Explanation
The given schematic symbol represents a Light Emitting Diode (LED). LEDs are electronic devices that emit light when an electric current is passed through them. They are commonly used in various applications such as indicator lights, displays, and lighting fixtures. The symbol typically consists of an arrow pointing towards a horizontal line, indicating the direction of light emission.

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• 20.

### What schematic symbol is this ?

• A.

Transistor

• B.

Capacitor

• C.

Resistor

• D.

Inductor

A. Transistor
Explanation
This schematic symbol represents a transistor. A transistor is a semiconductor device used to amplify or switch electronic signals and electrical power. It consists of three layers of semiconductor material that can either be NPN (negative-positive-negative) or PNP (positive-negative-positive) configuration. The symbol in the question resembles the standard schematic symbol for a transistor, with an arrow indicating the direction of current flow.

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• 21.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

Battery

• B.

Battery cell

• C.

Diode

• D.

Antenna

A. Battery
Explanation
The given schematic symbol represents a battery. It is commonly used to indicate a power source or energy storage device in electrical circuits. The symbol consists of a long line with a shorter line and a plus sign on one end, representing the positive terminal, and a shorter line with a minus sign on the other end, representing the negative terminal. This symbol is universally recognized in electrical engineering and is used to represent batteries of various types and sizes.

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• 22.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

Phototransistor

• B.

Transistor

• C.

Capacitor

• D.

Resistor

A. Phototransistor
Explanation
This question is asking for the schematic symbol represented in the image. The correct answer is Phototransistor. A phototransistor is a type of transistor that can detect and respond to light. It is commonly used in various electronic devices, such as optical sensors and light detectors. The schematic symbol for a phototransistor typically consists of a triangle with two arrows pointing inward, representing the light-sensitive base region of the transistor.

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• 23.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

Contact Switch

• B.

Push Button switch

• C.

Capacitor non-polar

• D.

Polarized capacitor

A. Contact Switch
Explanation
The schematic symbol shown in the question represents a contact switch. A contact switch is an electrical switch that can be manually operated to open or close an electrical circuit. It is commonly used in various electronic circuits to control the flow of electricity. The symbol consists of a line with a gap in the middle, indicating that the switch can be opened or closed.

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• 24.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

Resistor

• B.

Variable Resistor

• C.

Capacitor

• D.

ICs

A. Resistor
Explanation
The given schematic symbol represents a resistor. A resistor is an electronic component that restricts the flow of electric current. It is commonly used to control the amount of current flowing through a circuit and to provide resistance in various electrical applications. The symbol consists of a zigzag line, which represents the resistance element, connected to two terminals.

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• 25.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

DC Voltage

• B.

AC voltage

• C.

Ground

• D.

Wire Connected

A. DC Voltage
Explanation
This schematic symbol represents a DC Voltage. It is commonly used to indicate a direct current source or a component that operates with direct current. The symbol consists of a straight line with a dashed line underneath, representing the positive and negative terminals of the DC voltage source.

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• 26.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

Wire

• B.

Wire Connected

• C.

Ground

• D.

DC voltage

A. Wire
Explanation
The given schematic symbol represents a wire. In electrical and electronic circuits, a wire is used to connect different components and allow the flow of electric current. It is a simple and basic element that acts as a conductor, transmitting electrical signals and power between various parts of the circuit. The symbol typically consists of a straight line or lines, representing the physical wire that connects the components.

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• 27.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

Wire not connected

• B.

Wire Connected

• C.

AC voltage

• D.

DC voltage

A. Wire not connected
Explanation
This schematic symbol represents a wire that is not connected. In electrical schematics, wires are used to represent the flow of electrical current. When a wire is not connected, it means that there is no electrical connection or path for the current to flow. This symbol is often used to indicate a break in the circuit or a disconnected component.

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• 28.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

Photo diode

• B.

Light Emitting diode

• C.

Diode

• D.

Varactor Diode

A. Photo diode
Explanation
This schematic symbol represents a photo diode. A photo diode is a type of diode that is designed to detect light and convert it into an electrical current. It is commonly used in various applications such as light sensors, optical communication systems, and barcode readers. The symbol consists of a triangle with two arrows pointing towards it, representing the flow of current when light is detected.

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• 29.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

Inductor

• B.

Transformer

• C.

Relays

• D.

Speaker

A. Inductor
Explanation
The given schematic symbol represents an inductor. An inductor is a passive electronic component that stores energy in a magnetic field when an electric current flows through it. It is typically represented in circuit diagrams by a coil of wire. Inductors are commonly used in electronic circuits for various purposes such as filtering, energy storage, and impedance matching.

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• 30.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

Fused

• B.

Inductor

• C.

Diode

• D.

Capacitor

A. Fused
Explanation
This schematic symbol represents a fused component. A fuse is a safety device that protects an electrical circuit from excessive current flow. It is designed to melt and break the circuit when the current exceeds a certain threshold, preventing damage to the circuit or equipment. The symbol typically consists of a rectangle with a diagonal line and a dot at the end, representing the fuse element and its connection to the circuit.

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• 31.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

IC

• B.

Amplifier

• C.

Inductor

• D.

Ground

A. IC
Explanation
The schematic symbol shown represents an Integrated Circuit (IC). ICs are miniature electronic circuits that are manufactured on a small chip of semiconductor material. They contain multiple electronic components such as transistors, resistors, and capacitors, all integrated into a single package. The symbol typically consists of a rectangle with pins or leads extending from its sides, representing the various connections to the IC.

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• 32.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

Amplifier

• B.

Diode

• C.

IC

• D.

Battery

A. Amplifier
Explanation
The given schematic symbol represents an Amplifier. This symbol is commonly used to represent amplification devices in electronic circuits. Amplifiers are used to increase the amplitude of an electrical signal, thereby boosting its strength. They are widely used in audio systems, communication systems, and various electronic devices to amplify weak signals and provide better signal quality.

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• 33.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

Light bulb

• B.

Generator

• C.

Speaker

• D.

A. Light bulb
Explanation
The given schematic symbol represents a light bulb. It is commonly used to indicate a light source in electrical circuits. The symbol consists of a circle with a cross inside, representing the filament and the base of the bulb. This symbol is universally recognized and used to represent light bulbs in circuit diagrams and schematics.

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• 34.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

Transformer

• B.

Inductor

• C.

Generator

• D.

A. Transformer
Explanation
This schematic symbol represents a transformer. Transformers are electrical devices that transfer electrical energy between two or more circuits through electromagnetic induction. They are commonly used to step up or step down voltage levels in electrical systems. The symbol consists of two coils, representing the primary and secondary windings of the transformer, with a line connecting them to indicate the magnetic core.

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• 35.

### What schematic symbol is this

• A.

Ground

• B.

Antenna

• C.

Speaker

• D.

Microphone

A. Ground
Explanation
The given schematic symbol represents "Ground." In electronic circuits, the ground symbol is used to represent the reference point or common connection for voltages. It is usually connected to the negative terminal of the power supply and serves as a point of zero voltage potential. The ground symbol is represented by a horizontal line with three downward-pointing lines branching out, resembling the Earth's grounding symbol.

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• 36.

### What flow chart symbol is this

• A.

Decision

• B.

Process

• C.

Terminator/start/end

• D.

Connector

A. Decision
Explanation
This question is asking for the flow chart symbol that represents a decision. In a flow chart, a decision symbol is used to indicate a point where the flow of the process diverges based on a condition or criteria. It is typically represented by a diamond shape. Therefore, the correct answer is "decision".

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• 37.

### What flow chart symbol is this

• A.

Flow line connector

• B.

Connector ( Inspection)

• C.

Process

• D.

Merge

A. Flow line connector
Explanation
A flow line connector is a symbol used in flowcharts to connect different parts of the diagram and show the flow of information or processes between them. It is represented by a straight line with an arrowhead on one end. The flow line connector helps in visualizing the sequence and direction of the flow within the flowchart.

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• 38.

### What flow chart symbol is this

• A.

Data

• B.

Decision

• C.

Process

• D.

Terminator/start/end

A. Data
Explanation
The given correct answer for this question is "data". In a flow chart, the "data" symbol is used to represent input or output of data. It indicates that information is being received or sent out from a process. This symbol is typically represented by a parallelogram shape in a flow chart diagram.

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• 39.

### What flow chart symbol is this

• A.

Document

• B.

Process

• C.

Decision

• D.

Data

A. Document
Explanation
This flow chart symbol represents a document. In a flow chart, a document symbol is used to represent any written or printed material that is used or referenced in a process. It could be a report, a form, a manual, or any other type of document that is involved in the process being represented. The document symbol is typically used to indicate that a specific document is required or generated at a certain step in the process.

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• 40.

### What flow chart symbol is this

• A.

Or

• B.

Merge

• C.

Summing junction

• D.

Connector

A. Or
Explanation
The correct answer for this question is "Or". In flowcharts, the Or symbol is used to represent a decision point where the flow can take one of two or more possible paths. It indicates that the flow can continue in either of the directions depending on the condition or criteria being evaluated. This symbol helps to illustrate the branching logic in a flowchart and allows for multiple outcomes or possibilities.

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• 41.

### What flow chart symbol is this

• A.

Process

• B.

Decision

• C.

Data

• D.

Document

A. Process
Explanation
The correct answer is "Process" because a process symbol in a flow chart represents a specific task or action that needs to be performed. It indicates a step in the flow chart where some operation or transformation takes place. This symbol is typically represented by a rectangle with rounded corners.

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• 42.

### Are a basic requirement of any graphics course. You need a number ranging from 2B to 2H.

• A.

Pencil

• B.

Eraser

• C.

Compass

• D.

Ruler

A. Pencil
Explanation
In any graphics course, a pencil is a basic requirement because it is the primary tool used for drawing and sketching. The mention of the range from 2B to 2H indicates the different types of pencil leads that are commonly used in graphics. The 2B lead is softer and darker, while the 2H lead is harder and lighter. These different grades of lead allow for varying line thickness and shading techniques, making the pencil an essential tool for any graphics course.

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• 43.

### Is used to measure angles

• A.

Protractor

• B.

Compass

• C.

Ruler

• D.

T-square

A. Protractor
Explanation
A protractor is a tool used to measure angles. It typically consists of a semicircular or circular disc with markings representing degrees or radians. The user can place the center of the protractor at the vertex of the angle to be measured and align one of the arms with one side of the angle. By reading the markings on the protractor, the measure of the angle can be determined accurately. Therefore, a protractor is the correct tool for measuring angles.

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• 44.

### Used to measure distances with lines being drawn with T-Squares and Set Squares

• A.

Ruler

• B.

Compass

• C.

Protractor

• D.

Scale

A. Ruler
Explanation
A ruler is a tool that is used to measure distances. It is commonly used in conjunction with T-Squares and Set Squares to draw straight lines. The ruler provides a straight edge for accurate measurements and helps in creating precise drawings or designs. It is a basic and essential tool in various fields such as architecture, engineering, and drafting.

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• 45.

### Is the least expensive type of storage of technical drawing and the advantage is cost and convenience

• A.

Rolled storage

• B.

Plan Racks & Hanging Clamps

• C.

Flat File Cabinets

A. Rolled storage
Explanation
Rolled storage is the least expensive type of storage for technical drawings. It offers the advantage of being cost-effective and convenient. By rolling the drawings, they can be stored in tubes or containers, which takes up less space compared to other storage options like plan racks and hanging clamps or flat file cabinets. This makes rolled storage a practical choice for organizations or individuals looking for an affordable and space-saving solution for storing their technical drawings.

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• 46.

### Are the quickest and most convenient storage of technical drawing. The advantage move plans to people and access up to 1200 blueprints in limited space without unrolling. They are more expensive  with faster access and more storage in the same space

• A.

Plan Racks & Hanging Clamps

• B.

Rolled storage

• C.

Flat File Cabinets

A. Plan Racks & Hanging Clamps
Explanation
Plan Racks & Hanging Clamps are the quickest and most convenient storage option for technical drawings. They allow for easy access to up to 1200 blueprints without the need to unroll them. Compared to rolled storage and flat file cabinets, plan racks and hanging clamps offer faster access and more storage capacity in the same amount of space. Although they may be more expensive, their advantages make them a preferred choice for storing technical drawings.

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• 47.

### Hold and protect the most. The advantage is protections and storage, expensive, hard to move, but offers the best protection and most amount of storage in the same space

• A.

Flat File Cabinets

• B.

Plan Racks & Hanging Clamps

• C.

Rolled Storage

A. Flat File Cabinets
Explanation
Flat file cabinets are the correct answer because they offer the best protection and the most amount of storage in the same space. They are expensive and hard to move, but they provide the advantage of both protection and storage.

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• 48.

### Kneaded erasers are self-cleaning by

• A.

• B.

Rubbing with cotton cloth

• C.

Washing with soapy water

Explanation
Kneaded erasers are self-cleaning because when they are kneaded, the eraser picks up and absorbs the graphite or charcoal particles from the paper. As the eraser is kneaded, the particles become trapped within the eraser, making it clean and ready to use again. This process of kneading effectively removes the marks without the need for any additional cleaning methods such as rubbing with cotton cloth or washing with soapy water.

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• 49.

• A.

Shocks

• B.

Dirt

• C.

Soil

• D.

Saturated

A. Shocks
• 50.

### Drawing Software that Is designed for the production of plans, technical drawings and other similar designs. It is commonly used to produce object, building and vehicle designs, both for real world use and in computer modeling

• A.

• B.

Bitmap Software

• C.

Vector Drawing Software

• D.

Corel

Explanation
CAD software is specifically designed for the production of plans, technical drawings, and other similar designs. It is commonly used to create object, building, and vehicle designs in both real-world applications and computer modeling. CAD software allows users to create precise and accurate drawings with various tools and features tailored to the needs of architects, engineers, and designers. It offers advanced functionalities like 3D modeling, simulation, and analysis, making it an essential tool in industries such as architecture, engineering, and manufacturing.

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