# I.E.D. Unit 5 Test (Spring 2014)

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• 1.

### What is the name of this symbol?

• A.

Extrude

• B.

Box

• C.

Frame

• D.

Hight

A. Extrude
Explanation
Extrude is the correct answer as it refers to the process of stretching or pulling a 2D shape into a 3D object. It involves adding depth or thickness to the shape, creating a solid object. The symbol shown in the question is commonly used to represent the extrude function in various design and modeling software.

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• 2.

### 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
The part above needs to be properly represented for dimensioning purposes using 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.

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• 3.

### 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 "Dimensions should not be duplicated." This means that the same dimension should not be repeated or shown multiple times in the drawing. In the given drawing, there are duplicate dimensions, which can lead to confusion and errors in interpreting the measurements.

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• 4.

### Which figure to the left represents the multi-view drawing of the central puzzle piece?

• A.

Figure 4

• B.

Figure 1

• C.

Figure 2

• D.

Figure 3

A. Figure 4
Explanation
The correct answer is Figure 4 because it matches the description of being the multi-view drawing of the central puzzle piece.

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• 5.

### The buttons below are used to apply a ___ to a sketch or form.

• A.

Pattern

• B.

Polygon

• C.

Arc

• D.

Fillet

A. Pattern
Explanation
The buttons mentioned in the question are used to apply a pattern to a sketch or form.

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• 6.

### The chart labeled A is a(n) ___.

• A.

Parts List

• B.

Title Block

• C.

Assembly list

• D.

Explosion Chart

A. Parts List
Explanation
The chart labeled A is a Parts List, which provides a detailed inventory of all the individual components or parts needed for a particular project or assembly. This list helps in identifying and organizing the various parts required for construction or repair purposes. It is commonly used in manufacturing, engineering, and construction industries to ensure accurate and efficient procurement of necessary components.

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• 7.

### The chart labeled B is a(n) ___.

• A.

Parts List

• B.

Title Block

• C.

Assembly list

• D.

Explosion Chart

B. Title Block
Explanation
The chart labeled B is a Title Block. A title block is a section of a drawing that contains important information about the drawing, such as the title, the author, the date, and other relevant details. It is typically located in the lower right corner of the drawing and serves as a reference for the document.

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• 8.

### The assembly is presented in a(n) ___.

• A.

Exploded view

• B.

Front view

• C.

Isometric view

• D.

Assembly view

A. Exploded view
Explanation
An exploded view is a presentation of an assembly where the components are shown separated from each other, as if they have been exploded apart. This view is used to clearly show the relationship and positioning of each component in the assembly. It helps in understanding how the components fit together and how they are assembled. Therefore, an exploded view is the most appropriate presentation for the given assembly.

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• 9.

### These buttons allow you to add ____  to a sketch.

• A.

Constraints

• B.

Lines

• C.

Angle measures

• D.

Polygons

A. Constraints
Explanation
The buttons mentioned in the question allow the user to add constraints to a sketch. Constraints are used to define relationships between different elements in a sketch, such as the distance between two points or the angle between two lines. By adding constraints, the user can ensure that the sketch remains accurate and follows specific rules or measurements.

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• 10.

### Pressing this button will allow you to ___ a sketch.

• A.

Dimension

• B.

• C.

• D.

Make lines parallel in

A. Dimension
Explanation
Pressing this button will allow you to add measurements or numerical values to a sketch. This helps in providing accurate and precise information about the size and proportions of the objects or elements in the sketch.

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• 11.

### This button would be use to ___ a form.

• A.

Revolve

• B.

Extrude

• C.

Sweep

• D.

Loft

A. Revolve
Explanation
This button would be used to create a 3D shape by revolving a 2D profile around an axis.

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• 12.

### This button is used to ___.

• A.

Revolve

• B.

Extrude

• C.

Drill a hole

• D.

Make doughnuts

C. Drill a hole
Explanation
This button is used to drill a hole.

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• 13.

### The button to the right would be used to create a ___.

• A.

Wooden block

• B.

Automoblox Rim

• C.

Wire paperclip

• D.

Cylinder

C. Wire paperclip
Explanation
The button to the right would be used to create a wire paperclip.

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• 14.

### Which tool would be used to create this form?

• A.

Revolve

• B.

Sweep

• C.

Loft

• D.

Assembly

A. Revolve
Explanation
A revolve tool would be used to create this form. The revolve tool allows the user to create a solid or surface by revolving a profile around an axis. This means that the user can create a symmetrical shape by rotating a 2D sketch around a central axis. In this case, the form is likely to have rotational symmetry, which can be easily achieved using the revolve tool.

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• 15.

### The button below is used to put a ___ on the edge of a part.

• A.

Fillet

• B.

Chamfer

• C.

Shell

• D.

Option 4

A. Fillet
Explanation
The button mentioned in the question is used to put a fillet on the edge of a part. A fillet is a rounded or curved surface formed between two intersecting surfaces, typically used to strengthen or smooth the transition between them. Therefore, the correct answer is fillet.

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