In the figure above

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In the figure above, which of the feature control frames applies two geometric tolerances?
A. C
B. B
C. D
D. A

In the figure above, which feature control frame identifies a feature as another datum?
A. D
B. A
C. C
D. B
Customer reply
29 Apr 2018
The smallest fractional inch measurement in common use is
A. 1/8.
B. 1/16.
C. 1/64.
D. 1/128.

In the figure above, which of the feature control frames applies two geometric tolerances?
In the figure above, which feature control frame identifies a feature as another datum?
The smallest fractional inch measurement in common use is
In the figure above, which feature control frame applies geometric tolerances to a surface?
A. D
B. B
C. C
D. A
Customer reply
30 Apr 2018
A metric print is marked with a dimension of 130.0. This is the equivalent of
A. 5.118 inches.
B. 3.302 inches.
C. 39.37 inches.
D. 330.2 inches.

Referring to the figure above, the identification 24″ O.C. refers to
A. the reference features being spaced 24 inches between their center points.
B. the type of steel girders to be used.
C. the original width of the referenced component.
D. 24 inches of the referenced component must be coated with metal oxide.

Referring to the figure above, the wall material shown in section is
A. concrete.
B. steel studs.
C. face brick.
D. aluminum.

In the figure above, which feature control frame applies geometric tolerances to a surface?
A metric print is marked with a dimension of 130.0. This is the equivalent of
CAD evolved from the technical drawing field known as
A. simulation.
B. drafting.
C. scheduling.
D. architecture
The answer is B. drafting.

1. What type of specification is the following statement: “Ceiling will be finished with CertainTeed Interior Ceiling Gypsum Board, manufactured by CertainTeed”?
A. Reference standard specification
B. Descriptive specification
C. Or-equal specification
D. Closed specificationWhich section of the project manual would include the performance bond, proof of insurance, and proof of labor and material bond payment?
A. Contract forms
B. General project
C. Bidding requirements
D. Technical specificationsA threaded screw shows the following identification: 1/4-20×1, RHMS. What does the number 20 represent?
A. Handedness of the screw
B. Number of threads per inch
C. Outside diameter (nominal size)
D. Length of the screw
Which of the following is a view from above and shows the use of space, walls, doors, and built-in furniture?
A. Section
B. Detail
C. Plan
D. Elevation
What type of specification is the following statement: “Gypsum wallboard for use on walls, ceilings, or partitions and that affords a surface suitable to receive decoration will be used for interior walls and ceilings and will meet or exceed ASTM Standard C1396”?
A. Descriptive specification
B. Reference standard specification
C. Or-equal specification
D. Closed specification. The process of repeated heating and cooling of ferrous alloy metals to change the chemical properties of the material, allowing it to be stretched and making it stronger, is called
A. a die.
B. tempering.
C. forging.
D. smelting.
To open a bank account under your company name, you’ll need a fictitious business name permit (DBA) and what other license or permit?
A. Business operation license
B. Federal employer identification number (EIN)
C. Occupational license
D. General business insuranceYou’re a plumbing contractor who is entering a bid on a project. Which action should you take first when you receive the set of blueprints for bidding the project?
A. Read only the plumbing pages of the construction set.
B. Make sure that you have a complete set of the most up-to-date drawings.
C. Count the number of pages in the complete set.
D. Write down the contact information of the consultant.Which of the following is the only body in the United States that can approve a building standard?
A. American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
B. Underwriters Laboratory (UL)
C. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
D. American Society for Testing and Materials International (ASTM)
Which of the following blueprint drawings appears as if you cut a slice through a structure or a feature?
A. Shop drawing
B. Presentation drawing
C. Detail drawing
D. Working drawing
Which of the following is the only body in the United States that can approve a building standard?
A. American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
B. Underwriters Laboratory (UL)
C. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
D. American Society for Testing and Materials International (ASTM)
Which of the following ratios is the maximum slope of a handicap ramp?
A. 1:12 slope
B. 1:8 slope
C. 1:20 slope
D. 1:18 slop
Which type of dimension measures an arch, circle, or ellipse?
A. Ordinate dimensions
B. Diametric dimensions
C. Radial dimensions
D. Linear dimensions
You’re looking at a hand-drawn shop drawing of a bookcase. You see the notation NTS on the drawing. What does this notation mean?
A. Notice the size
B. Not to specification
C. Notes to structure
D. Not to scale
Which of the following sections of the project manual would include the timing and scheduling of work that must follow a specific order?
A. Description and scope
B. Sequencing and schedule
C. Product handling, delivery, and storage
D. Warranties
In a business plan, the strengths and experience of the management structure of a business is described in the
A. company description.
B. financial plan.
C. executive summary.
D. mission statement.
What type of orthographic drawing would you use for the construction of simple items such as equal-sided parts, rods, struts, and sleeves?
A. Single-view drawings
B. Three-view drawings
C. Four-view drawings
D. Two-view drawings
Which of the following symbols helps the reader to place the job site in reference to compass north and is one of the most important symbols to use right at the beginning of a job?
A. Directional symbol
B. Elevation symbol
C. Site symbol
D. Compass symbol
Which of the following standards guides the organization of project manuals?
A. American Institute of Architects (AIA)
B. National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE)
C. American Society for Testing and Material (ASTM)
D. International Specification Organization (ISO)
The allowable difference between the maximum and the minimum acceptable limit for a dimension is called
A. nominal.
B. linear.
C. tolerance.
D. reference.
lines on a blueprint can show (1) the alternate positions of an object, (2) possible future construction, (3) demolition of a feature, and (4) the motion path of items like doors.
A. Center
B. Phantom
C. Leader
D. Dimension
1. A two-view sketch should be used when
A. two views are needed to describe a part correctly.
B. the sketch includes two different parts.
C. there isn’t enough space for more views.
D. an auxiliary view is included.
2. A pencil used for sketching should have what kind of lead?
A. Very hard C. Medium soft
B. Medium hard D. Very soft
5. In a/an ____ sketch, both the front and side views are drawn at a 30° angle with the
horizontal.
A. auxiliary C. isometric
B. oblique D. orthographic
6. How many views do you normally need to sketch for simple parts with a single
thickness?
A. One C. Three
B. Two D. Four
7. Irregular curves can be drawn by laying out a series of
A. x’s. C. dashed lines.
B. dots. D. heavy lines.
8. A single-view drawing that shows an angle plate as it looks to the eye is
a/an _____ drawing.
A. pictorial C. elliptical
B. orthographic D. auxiliary
9. You would indicate the inside diameter of a tube or pipe by drawing a _____ line on a
sketch.
A. dimension C. section
B. hidden D. center
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10. You would use a cutting-plane line to obtain a/an ____ view.
A. auxiliary C. isometric
B. perspective D. section
11. When you’re making a sketch, you must remember that ____ lines should never touch
a view.
A. extension C. center
B. section D. cutting-plane
12. The difference between an oblique and an isometric sketch is the
A. scale. C. number of views.
B. angle of presentation. D. thickness of lines.
13. When you’re using orthographic projection to sketch a part to be reproduced, the first
view you should draw is the _____ view.
A. right-side C. top
B. bottom D. front
14. The best way to draw a large ellipse is
A. freehand. C. at a 45° angle.
B. with a compass. D. within an isometric square.
15. If orthographic projection is used in sketching a shaft coupling, the greatest number of views of the coupling that can be shown is
A. four. C. six.
B. five. D. seven.
16. To clearly show the details on an inclined surface of an object, without distortion, which type of view should be used?
A. Isometric C. Revolved section
B. Auxiliary D. Pictorial
17. On a sketch, the lines used to show the placement of circles-or to show that two sides
of a part are exactly the same shape-are called _____ lines.
A. dimension C. section
B. hidden D. center
18. If a valve has complex internal details, the best way to show those details in a sketch
is by using a/an _____ view.
A. auxiliary C. isometric
B. perspective D. section
20. How are long, straight lines drawn on a sketch?
A. With a ruler C. using short dashes
B. Freehand D. With any straightedge