Technical Drawing for Engineering Communication

Engineering

Quiz 4 :Geometric Construction

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A right angle is an angle of 90 degrees.
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True False

True

An acute angle is an angle that is less than 90 degrees and greater than 45 degrees.
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True False

False

The diameter of every circle will be less than the circumference.
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True False

True

An octahedron is made up of eight triangles.
True False
To locate a point on a drawing, it is acceptable to use a dot.
True False
A chord is a line that passes through the circumference of a circle.
True False
With relation to a circle, a circumscribed hexagon is larger than an inscribed hexagon.
True False
To accurately draw a circle, a minimum of four points on the circumference of the circle are needed.
True False
When constructing tangent arcs, draw the lines light to be sure they are accurate.
True False
An involute resembles most closely a spiral.
True False
The rolling distance of a one revolution of a diameter is referred to as the span.
True False
A square is not a type of a polygon.
True False
A circle that is at a 15-degree tilt will resemble an ellipse.
True False
The most accurate involute is drawn using a triangle as the center.
True False
The radius of a tangent arc to two lines is the same as the distance of the parallel lines drawn to the lines.
True False
If a line is tangent to a circle, it will intersect the circle at how many point(s)?
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