Practice Tests

 Chapter 7: Dimensioning

 1. Dimensioning is another name for
 a. shape description. b. technical description. c. size description. d. size and shape description. e. measuring.
 2. Half-size scale on a drawing can also be shown as
 a. 1:2 b. ½. c. 2:1 d. 2" = 1". e. ½ size.
 3. A(n) ___ dimensioning system is sometimes used in industries involved in international trade.
 a. bilateral b. dual c. decimal d. fractional-inch e. aligned
 4. In AutoCAD®, the ___ command can be used to create both horizontal and vertical dimensions.
 a. DIMALIGN b. DIMLINEAR c. DIMSTYLE d. DIMEDIT e. DIMSCALE
 5. The diameter of an object should be dimensioned in AutoCAD® using the ___ command.
 a. DIMDIAMETER b. DIMDIA c. DIMCIRCLE d. DIMRADIUS e. DIMCENTER
 6. The two methods of placing dimensions currently in use are the aligned system and the ___ system.
 a. directional b. nondirectional c. nonaligned d. dual e. unidirectional
 7. A tolerance that allows variations in only one direction from the design size is a(n) ___ tolerance.
 a. unilateral b. lateral c. unidirectional d. directional e. minus
 8. To add geometric tolerances in AutoCAD®, enter the ___ command at the keyboard.
 a. DIMSCALE b. ALLOWANCE c. DIMEDIT d. GEOTOL e. TOLERANCE
 9. A ___ is one millionth of a meter (.000 001 m).
 a. micron b. millicron c. micrometer d. millimeter e. decimeter
 10. The total amount a given dimension may vary is the
 a. allowance. b. datum. c. limits of size. d. tolerance. e. design differential

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