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So You Think You Know Revit? - Quiz

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which statement about revision clouds is false?

    • A.

      Revision clouds are visible only on the view they are placed

    • B.

      Revision clouds can be placed in 3D views

    • C.

      Revision clouds can be tagged

    • D.

      Revision clouds are annotations

    Correct Answer
    B. Revision clouds can be placed in 3D views
    Explanation
    Revision clouds can be placed in 3D views. This means that they are not limited to just 2D views and can also be placed in three-dimensional views.

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  • 2. 

    Which statement about shared parameters is true?

    • A.

      Shared parameters are assigned a unique GWID number

    • B.

      Shared parameters have a visibility setting

    • C.

      Shared parameters can be renamed

    • D.

      Shared parameters cannot be used in tags

    Correct Answer
    B. Shared parameters have a visibility setting
    Explanation
    Shared parameters have a visibility setting, which means that they can be set to be visible in different views or hidden in specific views. This allows users to control the visibility of shared parameters based on their requirements and preferences.

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  • 3. 

    Which of these statements is true about reference planes vs reference lines?

    • A.

      Both can be named

    • B.

      Both extend infinitely

    • C.

      Both are used as a constraint host in a family

    • D.

      Both should be used to control rotational geometry

    Correct Answer
    C. Both are used as a constraint host in a family
    Explanation
    Both reference planes and reference lines are used as a constraint host in a family. This means that both can be used to define and control the placement and behavior of other elements within a family. They provide a framework for positioning and aligning other components and elements in the family, ensuring that they adhere to specific constraints and relationships.

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  • 4. 

    If you convert an existing wall to a curtain wall, what happens to any doors or windows that are placed in that wall?

    • A.

      They remain

    • B.

      They are deleted

    • C.

      You cannot convert existing walls to curtain walls

    • D.

      They are converted to curtain wall entities

    Correct Answer
    B. They are deleted
    Explanation
    When converting an existing wall to a curtain wall, any doors or windows that are placed in that wall are deleted. This means that the doors and windows will no longer exist in the converted curtain wall.

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  • 5. 

    Which is NOT a valid option when sketching a ceiling

    • A.

      Pick walls

    • B.

      Slope arrow

    • C.

      Center ends arc

    • D.

      Pick lines

    • E.

      Construction line

    Correct Answer
    E. Construction line
    Explanation
    When sketching a ceiling, all the options listed are typically used except for the construction line. Construction lines are used to aid in the drawing process and are not typically included in the final sketch. Walls, slope arrows, center ends arc, and pick lines are all valid options for accurately representing the ceiling in the sketch.

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