11. In a trimetric drawing, the relationship of the angle between axes to each other is

- three are equal
- two are equal
- three are unequal
- none of the above

12. In aligned system of dimensioning, the dimensions may be read from

- Bottom or right hand edges
- Bottom or left hand edges
- Only from bottom
- Only from left side

13. In an isometric sketch of a cube:

- the frontal face appears in its true shape
- the receding axes are at 45 degrees to the horizontal
- all faces are equally distorted
- only the depth distances must be reduced

14. In an oblique sketch of a cube:

- the frontal face appears in its true shape
- both receding axes are at 30 degrees to the horizontal
- all faces are equally distorted
- the depth distances must be reduced

15. In first angle projection method, object is assumed to be placed in

- First quadrant
- Second quadrant
- Third Quadrant
- Fourth quadrant

16. In isometric drawings:

- Two axes are perpendicular
- True measurements can be made only along or parallel to the isometric axes
- All faces are unequally distorted
- None of the above

17. In offset sections, offsets or bends in the cutting plane are all

- 90 degrees
- 180 degrees
- Either 90 or 180 degrees
- 30, 60, or 90 degrees

18. Non-isometric lines are located and sketched how?

- They are drawn parallel to the isometric axis.
- They are measured using the angle from the multiview.
- They are measured using a non-isometric template.
- They are located by determining the endpoints of the non-isometric line.

19. Objects that are symmetric can be shown effectively using this type of section

- Quarter section
- Half section
- Full section
- Symmetric section

20. One method of drawing an ellipse that represents an isometric pictorial circle is known as:

- the box construction method
- the coordinate construction method
- the four-center approximation method
- the offset construction method

MCQ Multiple Choice Questions and Answers on Engineering Drawing

Engineering Drawing Question and Answer