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Auxiliary Views MCQ Questions & Answers

Auxiliary Views MCQs : This section focuses on the "Auxiliary Views". These Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) should be practiced to improve the Auxiliary Views skills required for various interviews (campus interview, walk-in interview, company interview), placement, entrance exam and other competitive examinations.

Question 1

A partial auxiliary view is used to show only the ________ in the auxiliary view.

A. projected inclined plane
B. the projected top view
C. the projected side view
D. none of the above

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Question 2

A partial auxiliary view usually shows only features on the ________ of the inclined line and not any projection of other planes.

A. hidden lines
B. plane
C. center lines
D. none of the above

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Question 3

A secondary auxiliary view is a projection off of the ________.

A. Front view
B. Top view
C. Primary auxiliary view
D. None of the above

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Question 4

An efficient method for trimming the corners on an auxiliary view is to use the ________.

A. 0 radius fillet
B. Hatch tool
C. Extend tool
D. Grips function

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Question 5

Circular shapes appear in this fashion when viewed at an angle other than 90 degrees:

A. Circular
B. Elliptical
C. Lengthened
D. Angular

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Question 6

In this type of auxiliary view, a break line is used to indicate the imaginary break in the views:

A. Primary
B. Secondary
C. Revolved
D. Partial

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Question 7

In this type of view, the cutting plane line indicates both the location of the cutting plane and the direction of sight:

A. Removed section
B. Revolved section
C. Auxiliary section
D. Partial section

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Question 8

The lines used to create the auxiliary view should appear as ________ in the finished view.

A. Object lines
B. Construction lines
C. Reference lines
D. Construction lines

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Question 9

The offset distance for the width (front to back) distance of the auxiliary view is the same distance of the ________ in the top view.

A. Width
B. height
C. length
D. none of the above

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Question 10

The principle reason for using an auxiliary view is ________.

A. to eliminate hidden lines
B. to create a true projection plane from an inclined plane in one of the primary views
C. to show cylinders as ellipses
D. to locate center marks

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Question 11

The principle views associated with orthographic projection are ________.

A. Front view
B. Right side view
C. Top view
D. All of the above

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Question 12

This is the most common application for developments and intersections:

A. Sheet metal construction
B. Piping
C. Architecture
D. Mechanical engineering

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Question 13

This type of auxiliary view is projected onto a plane that is perpendicular to one of the principal planes of projection:

A. Primary
B. Secondary
C. Revolved
D. Successive

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Question 14

This type of solid is formed by sweeping a shape along a linear path:

A. Planar solid
B. Revolved solid
C. Warped solid
D. Extruded solid

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Question 15

This type of surface may be a plane, a single curved surface, or a warped surface:

A. Edge surface
B. Ruled surface
C. Auxiliary surface
D. Developed surface

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Question 16

When adding dimensions to an auxiliary view it will be necessary to use the ________ tool.

A. Linear dimension
B. Aligned dimension
C. Baseline dimension
D. Angle dimension

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Question 17

When using the descriptive geometry method to create an auxiliary view the drafter should ________.

A. rotate the snap grid to the same angle of the inclined plane
B. offset the right vertical line of the front view
C. rotate the top line of the front view 45 degrees
D. offset the top line of the front view 2 inches

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