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# Technical Drawing - Oblique Projection

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### Exercise

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1.

In oblique projection, important shapes should be in this position relative to the viewing plane:

 A. Parallel B. Perpendicular C. Adjacent D. Rotated

2.

In a CAD system, you can draw an ellipse by specifying these:

 A. The bounding lines B. The midpoint and end points C. The center and major and minor axes D. The center and radius

3.

Oblique drawings are dimensioned in a similar fashion as these types of drawings:

 A. Orthographic B. Isometric C. Angular D. Parallel

4.

In an oblique drawing, equally spaced partial circles may be used to show this:

 A. Symbolic thread pitch B. Ellipses C. Cavalier drawings D. Projection points

5.

When the receding lines are true length, and the projectors are at 45 degrees to the plane of projection, the oblique drawing is called this:

 A. Cabinet projection B. Cavalier projection C. Axonometric projection D. Isometric projection