# Section View Test: Engineering Quiz!

15 Questions | Total Attempts: 902  Settings  .

• 1.
• A.

Full Section

• B.

Half Section

• C.

Quarter Section

• D.

Offset Section

• E.

Removed Section

• F.

Rotated Section

• G.

Revolved Section

• H.

Broken-out Section

• 2.
• A.

Full Section

• B.

Half Section

• C.

Quarter Section

• D.

Offset Section

• E.

Removed Section

• F.

Rotated Section

• G.

Revolved Section

• H.

Broken-out Section

• 3.
• A.

Full Section

• B.

Half Section

• C.

Quarter Section

• D.

Offset Section

• E.

Removed Section

• F.

Rotated Section

• G.

Revolved Section

• H.

Broken-out Section

• 4.
• A.

Removed Section

• B.

Rotated Section

• C.

Revolved Section

• D.

Offset Section

• E.

Broken-out Section

• F.

Offset Section

• G.

Half Section

• H.

Full Section

• 5.
• A.

Removed Section

• B.

Rotated Section

• C.

Revolved Section

• D.

Offset Section

• E.

Broken-out Section

• F.

Offset Section

• G.

Half Section

• H.

Full Section

• 6.
• A.

Removed Section

• B.

Rotated Section

• C.

Revolved Section

• D.

Offset Section

• E.

Broken-out Section

• F.

Offset Section

• G.

Half Section

• H.

Full Section

• 7.
• A.

Removed Section

• B.

Rotated Section

• C.

Revolved Section

• D.

Offset Section

• E.

Broken-out Section

• F.

Offset Section

• G.

Half Section

• H.

Full Section

• 8.
What is the purpose of drawing section views?
• A.

To show the true size and shape of an object.

• B.

To show the true size and shape of holes.

• C.

To show what an object would look like without hidden lines.

• D.

To show the inside details of complicated parts that would be confusing with hidden lines.

• 9.
What parts on a section view are not sectioned (hatched)?
• A.

Chamfers

• B.

Holes

• C.

Rounds

• D.

Fillets

• 10.
On a section view, what do we call the lines used to show where the material was “cut through”?
• A.

Object lines

• B.

Hidden lines

• C.

Center lines

• D.

Cutting Plane lines

• 11.
At what angle are the section lines usually drawn?
• A.

30°

• B.

45°

• C.

60°

• D.

90°

• 12.
What is the purpose of the cutting plane line?
• A.

To show where the material is cut.

• B.

To show which way you’re looking at the part.

• C.

To show which part you are removing.

• D.

To show what the part looks like.

• 13.
What line type is the cutting plane line?
• A.

Section lines

• B.

Hidden lines

• C.

Center lines

• D.

Phantom lines

• 14.
What do the arrowheads on the cutting plane line indicate?
• A.

Which part you are removing.

• B.

Which way you’re looking at the part.

• C.

What the part looks like.

• D.

To show where the material is cut.

• 15.
What line types are usually omitted from sectional views?
• A.

Section lines

• B.

Hidden lines

• C.

Center lines

• D.

Phantom lines

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