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A compass is used to measure angles. False
We only use "C" size paper in CAD 1 False
One half of 5 & 1/4th is 2 & one eighth False
An electric engineer installs wiring in a commercial building or home False
Scale is the ratio of the size of the object to the size of the drawing False
An architect's job is to manage the design, construction and sale of commercial and residential buildings' plans True
Civil engineers design bridges,dams,railroads, and roads True
The hidden line takes a precedence when 2 or more lines are on top of eachother False
What is orthographic projection? A method of projection in which an object is depicted or a surface mapped using parallel lines to project its shape onto a plane
What is the difference between 1st angle projection and 3rd angle projection and where is each used?(HINT: AUTO CAD 1 uses 3rd degree angle projection) 1st Angle projection is used in the USA AND CANADA, 3rd angle projection is used in ASIA AND EUROPE
Created by: mlb.jmaur