What method is used for drawing
non-isometric lines whose ends do not
fall on isometric lines or planes?
Corresponding end points
When transferring an angle to an
isometric view, which of the
following guidelines should you use?
Represent the angle in its true
size in the isometric view
Use the same method as when
transferring a non-isometric line
Label the angle with its actual
size as appearing on the
Reduce the size of the angle by
A figure appearing as a circle in
regular multi-view view will take
what shape in an isometric view?
When an object is to be drawn in
oblique projection, how should the
front surface be positioned?
Perpendicular to the plane of
Parallel to the plane of
At an angle of 45° to the plane
At an angle of either 30° or 60°
to the plane of projection
IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 4-57 THROUGH 4-60,
SELECT THE OBLIQUE PROJECTION FROM THE
FOLLOWING LIST THAT HAS THE CHARACTERISTICS
Front surface drawn in orthographic
Oblique projection drawn to actual
or dimensional length.
Single view showing length, width,
and thickness of an object.
To save time, sketching to scale is
commonly done with the aid of which
of the following materials or
When freehand sketching, you should
hold the pencil in what manner?
Between your middle and index
With your index finger as close
to the point as possible
Below your hand and between your
thumb and fingers
With a relaxed grip about an
inch from the point
When freehand sketching of an
object, each line should be drawn in
With one complete stroke of the
With the arm held in one
With a series of short strokes
of the pencil
With a wrist movement, rather
than an arm movement