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3d Computer Modeling

Subjects : it-skills, multimedia
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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1. A solid body with six equal square sides or faces.






2. A linear measurement that shows the extents of something - such as width - height - or length.






3. A curved surface formed at the interior intersection of two or more surfaces of an object.






4. A solid pointed figure with a circular or elliptical base.






5. A curved surface formed at the interior intersection of two or more surfaces of an object.






6. A flat surface with length and width - but no thickness and extends forever.






7. A closed plane figure formed by the plane section of a right angled cone.






8. The lines and zoning marks around the outside of a drawing - marking the edges of the usable surface.






9. The use of computer software applications that allows the user to visualize an idea in a three-dimensional format.






10. A frame of reference or alignment that is usually a position relative to a compass direction.






11. The wedge shaped mark on a drawing used to terminate the dimension line.






12. In drawing software - a term describing the reorientation of a drawing.






13. Any physical portion of an object - such as a hole or fillet.






14. A closed curve with coplanar points at the same distance from the center point.






15. In the use of a three-dimensional computer software drawing program - the drawing limit refers to the amount of the drawing area.






16. A linear measurement that shows the extents of something - such as width - height - or length.






17. (1) Computer Aided Drawing (2) The use of a computer to create drawings.






18. A term used to describe two things having the same value or size.






19. An effective visual means of communication that utilizes freehand drawing. A collection of freehand drawings that communicate an idea. There are three types: program - design - and thumbnail.






20. To compel or force points - lines - or parts to behave in a certain manner.






21. A process used to change details in a drawing after initial creation.






22. A process used to change details in a drawing after initial creation.






23. (1) Computer Aided Drawing (2) The use of a computer to create drawings.






24. In a computer-aided drawing program - a feature created by adding depth to a sketched profile of an object.






25. The plane that is created in order to slice through a part or assembly to show the interior details.






26. In drawing software - a created plane of reference that is used as a surface to create a new feature.






27. A three-sided geometric figure having all sides equal.






28. Of or exhibiting equality in dimensions or measurements.






29. In drawing software - the surface that is being drawn or projected onto to show the idea being conveyed.






30. A software command that inputs a measured distance that is needed to initiate other commands.






31. A perfectly round object where all points are equidistant from a fixed point.






32. The lines or points belonging to the same line or an extension of that line.






33. A polygon that has four-sides.






34. A line drawn between extension lines where the measurement is noted.






35. Of or exhibiting equality in dimensions or measurements.






36. A term used to describe the creation of an exact part replicated on the other side of a drawn axes.






37. A feature created by the reproduction of the initially drawn feature in a circular pattern.






38. A line drawn between extension lines where the measurement is noted.






39. A linear measurement that shows the extents of something - such as width - height - or length.






40. A file in the listing of the files stored in memory usually on a hard disk of a computer.






41. A closed geometric figure in a plane formed by connecting line segments endpoint to endpoint with each segment intersecting exactly two others. Polygons are classified based on the number of line segments used - such as triangle - quadrilateral - pen






42. A term describing parts or features being equal distances apart at every point.






43. The plane that is created in order to slice through a part or assembly to show the interior details.






44. A frame of reference or alignment that is usually a position relative to a compass direction.






45. A frame of reference or alignment that is usually a position relative to a compass direction.






46. A detail created that forms an angle at the intersection of two planes.






47. The process of stretching or lengthening the measurement of a detail on a drawing.






48. A line parallel to the horizon.






49. Arcs and circles that have a common origin or center.






50. The two points that are fixed together with the use of a constraint.