# Civil engineer objective questions – Drawing Techniques (Section-2)

51. The shape of scales are

a) flat and triangular                                 b) flat and rectangular c) flat and square                           d) all of the above

52. The drawing for municipality is done at scale

a) 1″ = 8′                                                       b) 1:50

c) 1:100                                                        d) both (a) and (c)

53. To measure a fraction we use

a) diagonal scale                                         b) T-square

c) set square                                                d) planimeter

54. Find the RF for scale 1cm = 25 km

a)1 250                                            b)  1 2500

c) 1 25000                                                  d)  1 2500000

55. Tracing paper is also named as

a) drafting vellum                          b) drafting film

c) drafting media                            d) drafting line

56. During draw a drawing we start from

a) top to bottom of drawing paper

b) bottom to top of drawing paper

c) right to left of the drawing paper

d) left to right of drawing paper

e) both (a) and (d) of above

57. Bisecting a line means, divide a line into….. equal part.

a) two                                                            b) three

c) four                                                           d) none of the above

58. The angle between two perpendicular line I

a) 0°                                                               b) 45°

c) 90°                                                 d) 180°

59. The angle between two horizontal line is

a) 0°                                                               b) 180°

c) both (a) and (b) of above        d) none of the above

60. Dashed (dotted) line is used for indication

a) edge of the object                                 b) hidden edge of the object

c) centre line of the object                      d) all of the above

61.The lines which are drawn to represent visible edges and surface boundaries of objects are called…………

a) outlines                                                    b) principle lines

c) both (a) and (b) of above                    d) none of the above

62. The unseen/inner edge of an object is represented by

a) solid line                                       b) dotted line

c) hatch line                                     d) none of the above

63. The space between two sentences should be left equal to

a) height of letter                           b) twice the ht. of letter

c) 1.5 times ht. of letter                d) none of the above

64. In case of aligned method of dimensioning, they can be readable form

a) bottoms and right side of drawing sheet

b) bottoms and left side of drawing sheet

c) bottoms and top side of drawing sheet  d) all of the above

65. In case of unidirectional method of dimensioning, they can be read from

a) bottom side of drawing sheet only

b) right side of drawing sheet only

c) top side of drawing sheet only

d) left side of drawing sheet only

66. The main objective of writing letters/alphabets on the drawing is to make the drawing

c)more expensive                           d) all of the above

67. The angle between isometric axes is

a) 30°                                                             b) 60°

c) 90°                                                 d) 120°

68. The isometric length of the edge of the cube is

a) more than actual length                      b) equal to actual length

c) less than actual length              d) all of the above

69.The isometric length of the edge of the cube is obtained by

a) adding 0.815 in actual length

b) dividing actual length by 0.815

c) multiplying actual length by 0.815

d) none of the above

70. In case of perspective projection, picture plane is placed

a) between eye and object

b) outside of eye towards eye

c) outside of object towards object

d) all of the above

71. Perspective projection is used to represent

a) real exact size of object                       b) real exact shape of object

c) natural view of the object       d) all of the above

72. Normally perspective projection is used by……. to represent the object

a) engineer                                       b) doctor

c) manufacturer in marketing    d) painter

73. Picture plane is

a) transparent                                             b) opaque

c) semi transparent                                   d) all of the above

74. The plane on which perspective is formed is called:

a) horizontal plane                                    b) picture plane

c) ground plane                                          d) central plane

75. Ground plane is

a) horizontal plane                                    b) vertical plane

c) inclined plane                                         d) none of the above

76. Perspective drawing is done for

a) not for civil engineers              b) show details of market products

c) both (a) and (b) of above                    d) none of the above

77. Why perspective drawing is done by manufacturer?

a) It is easy to express in the market

b) shape is confirmed

c) exact size is not measured d) all of the above

78. In orthographic projection which one have all three views  same

a) cube                                                          b) circle

c) sphere                                                       d) both (a) and (c) of above

79. Which is not pictorial projection?

a) oblique projection                                b) orthographic projection

c) trigonometric                                         d) axonometric projection

80. View of circle in orthographic is

a) ellipse                                                        b) circle

c) ellipse and circle                         d) triangle

81. In orthographic projection, projector lines are

a) vertical lines                                            b) inclined lines

c) horizontal lines                           d) none of the above

82. In third angle projection top view is put

a) above front view                                   b) below font view

c) side view                                      d) none of the above

83. In case of third angle projection, plan is kept at

a) top                                                 b) below

c) side                                                            d) none

84. In case of orthographic projection the number of views generally used are

a) 2                                                                 b) 4

c) 6                                                                 d) 8

85. Mechanical lines are types of

a) mechanic drawing

b) line of drawn with free hand

c) line drawn with drawing equipment

d) none of the above

86. The main purpose of leader line is

a) show dimension                                    b) to connect a note with the feature

c) to show beauty                          d) to show hatch

87. Hatching line is a line which makes an angle of 45° with

a) horizon                                                     b) vertical

c) main line of the section                        d) all of the above

88. Horizontal lines are drawn                                                                           a) left to right,                                            b) right to left

c) top to bottom                                         d) both (a) and (b) above

89. Vertical lines are drawn

a) top to bottom                                         b) bottom to top

c) both (a) and (b) above             d) none of the above

90. The other name of axonometric projection is

a) one plane projection                b) two plane projection

c) three plane projection             d) all of the above

91. One plane projection is

a) axonometric projection                       b) oblique projection

c) both (a) and (b) above             d) none of the above

92. Axonometric view/drawing is what type of view?

a) one plane                                                 b) two planes

c) three plane                                              d) six planes

93. Axonometric drawing is a drawing like

a) parallel to the plane                  b) perpendicular to the plane

c) inclined to the plane                 d) all of the above

94. In one plane drawing, which one does not fall under

a) orthographic                                          b) axonometric

c) oblique                                                     d) dimetric

95. A 100 m long line making 300 with the vertical, show its projection on horizontal plane

a) 100 m                                                       b) 50 m

c) 86.6 m                                                      d) 70.71 m

96. The point of intersection of co-ordinate axis is called

a) zero-zero                                                 b) origin

c) cross point                                               d) all of the above

97. Axonometric projection is a special type of

a) orthographic projection

b) perspective projection

c) isometric projection

d) multi view projective

98. In case of dimetric projection

a) two sides are not equally inclined

b) two sides are equally inclined

c) two sides are parallel

d) two sides are equal

99. In a topographic drawing the symbols representing natural features are drawn by free hand while artificial works are drawn by

a) free hand                                                 b) mechanically

c) both (a) and (b) of above        d) none of the above

100. Topographic map is used to represent the

a) artificial detail                             b) natural detail

c) construction detail                                d) all of the above 