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In a multiview drawing, how many dimensions are shown in each view?
a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4
Auxilliary drawings are produced by using orthographic projection.
a) true b) false c) d)
The front view of a multiview drawing should be the:
a) First view you see b) Last view you see c) Most descriptive view d) Top view
Because of the position of projection planes, the top is also known as the horizontal view, and the right side is a profile view.
a) true b) false c) d)
The order of importance for lines is:
a) Center, visible, hidden b) Hidden, center, visible c) Center, hidden, visible d) Visible, hidden, center
Which view shows how parts of an object fit together?
a) Auxilliary view b) Assembly view c) Section View d) Profile View
Since they show the true shape and size ________ are often used for objects that are produced in industry.
a) Auxilliary view b) Assembly view c) Multiview drawing d) Profile View
________ is a multiview drawing in which various sides of the object are drawn to accurately communicate what the object looks like and how it is made.
a) Auxilliary view b) Multiview drawing c) Orthographic Projection d) Profile view
________ are used to show edges that are hidden from view inside an object.
a) Center Lines b) Cutting Lines c) Hidden Lines d) Visible Lines
________ is one that provides a combination of views (usually top, front, and side) of an object.
a) Auxilliary view b) Multiview drawing c) Orthographic Projection d) Profile view
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