MAJOR: TLE (Basic Drafting)

Basic Drafting
1. These lines are used to indicate the measurement of objects and are represented by fine dark solid lines.
A. leader lines
B. extension lines
C. dimension lines
D. center lines
2. If drawing has an equal measure then it refers to _____.
A. perspective writing
B. isometric drawing
C. mechanical drawing
D. oblique drawing
3. When parts that are not seen are represented by series of light dash lines then this line is called as _____.
A. reference line
B. visible line
C. section line
D. invisible line
4. One of the best practices of a good draftsman is to NEVER letter without _____.
A. guide lines
B. pencil
C. lettering pens
D. ink
5. If a drawing has one surface that is parallel to the picture plane then this method is called _____.
A. oblique drawing
B. isometric drawing
C. perspective drawing
D. orthographic drawing

6. What do you call the type of drawing that has the principal advantage of presenting the object realistically or more clearly as it appears to the eye?
A. Auxiliary
B. Sectioning
C. Pictorial or Perspective
D. Orthographic
7. The fine line used to show clearly the dimension limits is called _____.
A. center line
B. extension line
C. dimension line
D. phantom line or section
8. A horizontal guide line used to determine the general height of lower case letters.
A. Base line
B. Cap line
C. Waist line
D  Droo line
9. Letters that are composed of uniform width elements are classified as _____.
A. Italic letters
B. Text letters
C. Gothic letters
D. Roman letters
10. Horizontal lines are best drawn using this instrument.
A. t-square
B. ruler
C. meter stick
D. triangles
11. The drawing pencil of a draftsman is graded the softest, medium, and hardest. Which of the following grades is the softest?
A. 6B
C. 3B
D. 9H
12. A drawing instrument is used as a guide in drawing vertical and diagonal lines. From the following options, which is used in drawing horizontal lines? 
A. triangular scale
B. t-square
C. triangle
D. French curve
13. To completely describe a cone, sphere, and rectangular pyramid the number of views needed is _____.
A. One
B. Two
C. Three
D. Six
14. This line is a projected as a shorter line in drawing.
A. inclined line
B. vertical line
C. curve line
D. horizontal line
15. Boxing method is the most widely used method of drawing a/an _____.
A. isometric view
B. pictorial view
C. mechanical view
D. perspective view

16. Two intersecting lines which form right angles are called _____.
A. straight lines
B. parallel lines
C. Perpendicular lines
D. tangent lines
17. A polygon is classified according to the number of sides? What do you call a four-sided polygon?
A. pentagon
B. quadrilateral
C. hexagon
D. octagon
18. How many meters is thirty feet?
A. 3 meters
B. 30 meters
C. 12 meters
D. 9 meters
19. In lettering, which kind of letters do you use when space is limited?
A. optimized
B. extended
C. compressed
D. simple
20. A t-square and a triangle are used in drawing projects to make quick and accurate delineations. What do you call that process?
A. pictorial drawings
B. etching
C. sketching
D. drafting
21. Drawing sectional views includes the following: full section, half section, broken out section, and revolved section. What do call this section if the front half of an object is moved away? 
A. broken-out section
B. revolved section
C. full section
D. half section
22. A mechanical draftsman is tasked to draft an engine for heavy equipment. Which line in a section view should he use in the mechanical part that includes the cylindrical view of a threaded hole?
A. Poly line
B. Center line
C. Dimension line
D. Hatch line
23. Which standardized multiple line weights do you use to emphasize or deemphasize the areas of a drawing and to ensure a uniform interpretation?
A. Dimension lines
B. Alphabet of lines
C. Reference lines
D. Drawing of lines
24. The common element that provides graphic information about the external shape and details of an object when combined with each other refers to _____.
A. line
B. shape
C. space
D. form
25. In designing, the size of one picture element in relation to the size of another that should be pleasing to the eye refers to _____.
A. Rhythm
B. Emphasis
C. Drawing
D. Proportion

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