Computer Aided Design Basics MCQs : This section focuses on the "Computer Aided Design Basics". These Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) should be practiced to improve the Computer Aided Design Basics skills required for various interviews (campus interview, walk-in interview, company interview), placement, entrance exam and other competitive examinations.
A line with a tapering width can be easily created by using the ________ tool.
If you use the absolute coordinate system to create a line from a starting point of 0, 0 8 units on the X axis and 5 units on the Y axis you enter ________ for the second point.
In order to set drawing limits for a "C" size architectural drawing the drafter should set the limits to ________.
A. 0,0 and 2,9
B. 0,0 and 17,11
C. 0,0 and 18,24
D. 0,0 and 34,24
One quick way to view the entire drawing area is to use the Zoom command by typing ________.
A. type Z enter A enter
B. type Z enter E enter
C. type SHOWALL enter
D. type ALL enter
The UCS icon represents the intersection of the ________.
A. X axis
B. Y axis
C. Z axis
D. All of the above
Understanding the Cartesian coordinate system will help the beginning drafter ________.
A. control the accuracy of the drawing
B. produce a visible grid system
C. select a different text style
D. choose various line types
Using the Relative Polar Coordinate System to add a 3 inch line that is 45 degrees from the end point of the line created above the drafter would ________.
A. type @3<45 and enter
B. type 3 back slash and enter
C. type 3 forward slash and enter
D. type 3 and try to use the Dynamic Input readout to find the end point
When drawing a line using the relative coordinate system a line is created from ________.
B. the ending point of the last line
C. the beginning point of the last line
D. none of the above
When setting up a mechanical drawing in AutoCAD the drafter should set the units to ________.
When using the direct entry method to create a horizontal line exactly three inches long the drafter should ________ first.
A. pull the line from away from the starting point very carefully
B. insure that Ortho is on
C. enter 3 for the length of the line
D. read the coordinate position on the Dynamic Readout