# 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. The process of creating a reproduction or likeness of something.

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

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

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

5. A hole with a tapered top so that the top of the head of an inserted screw will be flush with the outside surface.

6. A right angle projection wherein the views on a drawing are drawn at right angles to one another.

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

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

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

10. A line parallel to the horizon.

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

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

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

14. Of or exhibiting equality in dimensions or measurements.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

22. A line - point - edge - surface - or other detail used to establish a known location.

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

25. A term used to describe locking a point to a position relative to the sketch coordinate system.

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

27. A term describing a drawing that has length - width - and depth.

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

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

30. (1) A hole consisting of two depths so that the top of the head of an inserted bolt or screw will be flush with the outside surface. (2) A bit for enlarging the upper part of a hole.

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

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

33. A helix or conical shape that is found on the external shaft or the internal surface of a cylindrical hole.

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

35. A three-sided polygon.

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

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

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

39. A three-dimensional representation of an object.

40. The line drawn from a detail to the dimension line on a drawing to show the area of the measurement.

41. A term used to describe locking a point to a position relative to the sketch coordinate system.

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

43. The line drawn from a detail to the dimension line on a drawing to show the area of the measurement.

44. A three-dimensional representation of an object.

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

46. A line type used to show the location of the centers of arcs and circles or a drawn detail.

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

48. A drawing that describes more fully the attributes of a part.

49. In drawing software - parts of a two-dimensional drawing that attach surfaces together when the pattern is folded into a three-dimensional shape.

50. A two-dimensional shape - path - edge - or surface created with computer software.