# I.E.D. Warm-up Quiz #5 (Spring 2014)

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• 1.

### Which views are necessary to properly represent the part above for dimensioning purposes?

• A.

Front, Top, Right Side

• B.

Front, Back, Isometric

• C.

Front, Hidden, Section

• D.

A. Front, Top, Right Side
Explanation
To properly represent the part above for dimensioning purposes, the necessary views are the Front, Top, and Right Side views. These views provide a comprehensive and accurate representation of the part from different angles, allowing for accurate measurements and dimensioning. The Front view shows the front-facing side of the part, the Top view shows the part from above, and the Right Side view shows the part from the right side. Together, these views provide a complete understanding of the part's shape and dimensions.

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• 2.

### What series of energy transformations are illustrated in the diagram?

• A.

Thermal, kinetic, electrical

• B.

Thermal, chemical, electrical

• C.

Chemical, kinetic, electrical

• D.

Thermal, kinetic, chemical

A. Thermal, kinetic, electrical
Explanation
The diagram illustrates a series of energy transformations starting with thermal energy, which is converted into kinetic energy. The kinetic energy is then transformed into electrical energy. This sequence of transformations represents the conversion of heat energy into movement energy, and then into electrical energy.

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• 3.

### Solve the proportion.

• A.

X = 12

• B.

X = 6

• C.

X = 3

• D.

X = 9

A. X = 12
Explanation
The given answer, x = 12, is correct because it satisfies the proportion. In a proportion, the two fractions are equal to each other. Since x is equal to 12 in all four equations, it means that the proportion is balanced and correct.

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### What term best describes a list of items below? Must have a minimum of 5 parts Must be made of wood Must cost less than \$5.00 to make

• A.

Design constrains

• B.

Product description

• C.

Indicators

• D.

Design statement

A. Design constrains
Explanation
The term "design constraints" best describes a list of items that must have a minimum of 5 parts, be made of wood, and cost less than \$5.00 to make. Design constraints refer to the limitations or requirements that must be considered during the design process. In this case, the list of requirements acts as constraints for designing a product, specifying the minimum number of parts, the material it should be made of, and the cost limitation.

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• 5.

### Which of the following is not a rule for brainstorming?

• A.

Select a leader for the session.

• B.

No criticism.

• C.

Piling on is welcome.

• D.

Quantity over quality.

A. Select a leader for the session.
Explanation
In brainstorming, the goal is to generate as many ideas as possible without any judgment or criticism. This encourages creativity and allows for a free flow of ideas. Piling on is also encouraged, meaning that participants can build upon each other's ideas to further develop them. Additionally, quantity over quality is emphasized, as the focus is on generating a large number of ideas rather than perfecting each one. However, selecting a leader for the session goes against the principle of equal participation and can hinder the free exchange of ideas.

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• 6.

• A.

12

• B.

24

• C.

18

• D.

15

A. 12
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### A businessman wants to expand the parking area in front of his office building. What type of engineer should he hire?

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Civil engineer

• B.

Chemical engineer

• C.

Electrical engineer

• D.

Environmental engineer

A. Civil engineer
Explanation
The businessman should hire a civil engineer because they specialize in the design and construction of infrastructure projects, including parking areas. They have the knowledge and expertise to assess the site, create plans and drawings, and oversee the construction process to ensure that the parking area is built safely and efficiently.

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• 8.

### Which one of the line types is described as line used to define where there is material  after a part of the object is cut away?

• A.

Section line

• B.

Object line

• C.

Break line

• D.

Center line

A. Section line
Explanation
A section line is a line used to define where there is material after a part of the object is cut away.

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• 9.

### Which of these rules has been violated in the drawing above?

• A.

Dimensions should not be duplicated

• B.

Dimensioning to hidden lines should be avoided

• C.

Avoid placing dimensions inside the object

• D.

Overall dimensions should be furthest away from the object

A. Dimensions should not be duplicated
Explanation
The drawing above violates the rule of not duplicating dimensions. Duplicating dimensions can lead to confusion and errors in the interpretation of the drawing. It is important to provide clear and concise dimensions without repetition to ensure accurate understanding of the object's measurements.

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• 10.

• A.

Figure 4

• B.

Figure 1

• C.

Figure 2

• D.

Figure 3

A. Figure 4
• 11.

### The lines that indicate where the part originated from are called ___.

• A.

Trails

• B.

T-lines

• C.

Transitions

• D.

Translations

A. Trails
Explanation
The lines that indicate where the part originated from are called "trails".

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• 12.

### What are the part indicators called on this image?

• A.

Balloons

• B.

Nodes

• C.

Bubbles

• D.

Numeric indicators