QUESTIONS 4-62 THROUGH 4-69 DEAL WITHRADIAL-LINE DEVELOPMENT OF CONICALSURFACES.4-62.4-63.4-64.4-65.4-66.4-67.What two dimensions are necessaryto construct a radial-linedevelopment of a conical surface?1.The true length of the rightangle and the diameter of itsbase2.The slant height of the coneand the diameter of the base3.The slant height of the coneand the circumference of thebase4.The true length of the slantheight of the cone and theangle of the coneThe size of the sector isdetermined by what dimensions?1.The radius of the circle2.The height of the cone3.The sector minus the height ofthe cone4.The proportion of the height tothe base diameterWhen developing a regular cone, theelement lines can be seen in theirtrue length only under which of thefollowing conditions?1.The viewer is looking at themat right angles2.3.The development is completedA base line is established4.There is a projection to anauxiliary viewIf a regular cone is truncated atan angle to the base, the insideshape on the development no longerhas a constant radius.1.True2.FalseWhen developing a regular cone, thetrue length settings for eachelement are taken from whatview(s)?1.Top2.Side3.Front only4.Front and sideWhen the development of the slopingsurface of a truncated cone isrequired,what view shows its trueshape?1.Orthographic2.3.AuxiliaryDetail4.Isometric4-68.Oblique cones are generallydeveloped by using what method?1.2.Straight-line development3.Radial-line developmentTriangulation4.Approximation4-69.On an oblique cone, you should drawa true length diagram adjacent tothe front view under which of thefollowing circumstances?1.When it is necessary to findthe true length of severaledges or elements2.When directed by notes andspecifications3.When drawing radial-linedevelopments4.When drawing straight-linedevelopmentsQUESTIONS 4-70 THROUGH 4-73 DEAL WITHTRANSITION PIECES.4-70.Nondevelopable surfaces requirewhat type of development?1.Straight line2.Radial line3.Triangulation4.Approximation4-71.When a surface is developed from aseries of triangular pieces laidside-by-side, the procedure isknown by what term?1.Transitioning2.Approximation3.Paralleling4.Triangulation4-72.To develop a square-to-roundtransition piece, you should takewhat step first?1.2.Draw a true length diagramDraw the front view3.Draw the top and side views4.Develop the square piece4-73.Rectangular-to-round transitionpieces are developed in the samemanner as square-to-round withwhich of the following exceptions?1.All of the elements arecentered on the same axis2.The rectangular-to-round3.requires auxiliary viewsAll the elements are drawn totheir true lengths4.All the elements are ofdifferent lengths27