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1. An isometric drawing is about 50% smaller than the isometric projection.

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A : True

B : False

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2. In isometric drawings, hidden lines are typically omitted.

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A : True

B : False

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3. Dimetric drawings have different foreshortening along all three axis directions.

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A : True

B : False

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4. Parallel partial ellipses equally spaced at the symbolic thread pitch can be used to represent screw threads.

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B : False

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5. In isometric drawings, an angle may project to appear larger, but never smaller than the true angle depending on its position.

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A : True

B : False

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6. Isometric sectioning is typically not used when drawing open or irregularly shaped objects.

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A : True

B : False

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7. Isometric drawings have equal foreshortening along each of the three axis directions.

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A : True

B : False

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1. In this type of projection, each of the axes has different ratios of foreshortening:

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A : Isometric

B : Dimetric

C : Trimetric

D : Parallel

2. This type of axonometric drawing has equal foreshortening along two axis directions and a different amount on the third axis:

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A : Dimetric

B : Multiview

C : Isometric

D : Trimetric

3. The edges of a cube in isometric projection make angles of this many degrees with each other:

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A : 30

B : 60

C : 90

D : 120

4. In isometric projection, all distances are approximately this percentage of their true size:

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A : 120 percent

B : 80 percent

C : 50 percent

D : 20 percent

5. Lines of an isometric drawing that are not parallel to the isometric axes are called this:

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A : Trimetric lines

B : Nonisometric lines

C : Multiview lines

D : Dimetric lines

6. Angles project true size only when the plane containing the angle and plane of projection are this:

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A : Adjacent

B : Aligned

C : Perpendicular

D : Parallel

7. Isometric drawings, unlike isometric projections, are drawn using the full length measurements of the actual drawing and lack foreshortening.

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B : False

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8. If a circle lies in a plane that is not parallel to the plane of projection, the circle projects as an ellipse.

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A : True

B : False

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9. If a circle lies in a plane that is not parallel to the plane of projection, it still projects as a circle.

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A : True

B : False

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10. Nonisometric lines are equally foreshortened.

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A : True

B : False

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