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1. In order to create one solid model from two or more separate solid shapes the drafter will need to position them and then ________.

Options

A : use Union to join them

B : use the Join command

C : use the Add Parts tool

D : none of the above

2. A cylinder can be created by drawing a rectangular shape then the ________ tool.

Options

A : Revolve

B : Sweep

C : Extrude

D : none of the above

3. The Press-Pull tool will ________ the face of a solid model in the direction it faces.

Options

A : taper

B : extrude

C : spiral

D : none of the above

4. CAD programs which incorporate parametric modeling utilize a system in which the dimensions control the ________.

Options

A : size and shape of the model features

B : perspective of the model

C : shading used to render the model

D : all of the above

5. The Free Orbit tool is found on the ____ toolbar.

Options

A : rotate

B : move

C : modify

D : 3-D Move

6. The MASSPROP shortcut will provide the following information.

Options

A : mass

B : volume

C : bounding box

D : all of the above

7. The View toolbar will position the view of the 3-D solid toward the ________.

Options

A : front

B : left side

C : SE isometric

D : all of the above

8. The default position of the UCS icon is positioned at ________ on the AutoCAD grid.

Options

A : 0,0,0

B : 10,10,10

C : 20,20,20

D : None of the above

9. The 3-D commands on the Modeling toolbar include ________.

Options

A : box

B : sphere

C : extrude

D : all of the above

10. The Conceptual Visual Style tool is located on the ________ toolbar.

Options

A : Visual Styles

B : Modify

C : 3-D Modeling

D : All of the above

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