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The type of drawing in which the three coordinate axes appear equal and the angles between
any two of them are 120 degrees
isometric drawing
The type of drawing representing a three-dimensional object in two dimensions by drawing
separate views or faces of your 3D object.
orthographic drawing
The type of drawing representing the way that objects appear to get smaller and closer
together, the further away they are.
perspective drawing
The type of drawing of which the frontal lines are given in true proportions and relations and
all others at suitable angles other than 90 degrees without regard to the rules of linear
perspective.
oblique drawing
Which drawing is an example of an oblique drawing?
C.
Which drawing is an example of an isometric drawing?
A.
Which drawing is an example of an perspective drawing?
D.
Symmetrical means made up of exactly similar parts facing each other or around an axis.
True
Proportional means corresponding in size or amount to something else, ratio or scale.
True
Hidden lines in orthographic drawings are represented with solid lines.
False
When drawing orthographic drawings, the top view goes directly above the front view.
True
Orthographic drawings are also known as multi-view drawings.
True
fillet tool in Auto desk Inventor rounds edges and corners of objects
True
The mirror tool in Auto desk Inventor makes a copy of one or more features at equal distance
across a line or point.
True
What is the average number found in a set of numbers?
Mean
What is the number found in the middle of a group of number placed in order?
Median
What is the value that occurs most frequently in a given set of data?
Mode
What is the difference between the larges and smallest numbers in a group of data?
Range
What is a diagram consisting of rectangles whose area is proportional to the frequency of a
variable?
Histogram
What is the quantity calculated to indicate the extent of variance for a group as a whole?
Standard Deviation
What is the first step (#1) in the engineering process?
Define Problem
What is the second step (#2) in the engineering process?
Generate Concepts
What is the third step (#3) in the engineering process?
Develop Solution
What is the fourth step (#4) in the engineering process?
Construct and Test prototype
What is the fifth step (#5) in the engineering process?
Evaluate solution
What is the sixth step (#6) in the engineering process?
Present Solution
Which constraint causes selected linear geometry to lie parallel to each other?
Parallel
Which constraint causes selected linear geometry to lie at a right angle to each other?
perpendicular
Which constraint causes 2 or more lines or ellipses to lie on the same line?
Collinear
Which constraint constrains points to other geometry?
Fix
Which constraint selected circles and arcs to the same radius and selected lines to the same
length?
Equal
Which constraint sets points and curves in position relative to the sketch coordinate system?
Concentric
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