5-46.What additional element influencesdrawing circles and arcs in two-pointperspective?1.Station points2.Vanishing points3.Horizon line4.Ground line5-47.What is the key to dividing a line or areainto equal parts?1.A vertical or horizontal line that isparallel to the picture plane2.A fully-divided architect’s scale3.An inclined plane with the vanishingpoint resting on the horizon line4.A line that can be equally divided5-48.What is the final step in dividing a recedingplane into equal parts?1.Divide the verticals into equal parts2.Draw the diagonals3.Draw receding horizontal lines4.Draw the vertical lines through theintersections5-49.When finding equal points on a plane inperspective, what feature do all pointsshare?1.A common vanishing point2.A height dimension3.A similar degree of angularity4.A length dimension5-50.Equally divided points on a plane inperspective will appear to have what typeof relationship?1.Parallelism2.Coordination3.Angularity4.Perpendicularity5-51.5-52.5-53.To draw vertical divisions in perspective,you should first locate what dimension?1.The length of the horizontal lines2.The height of the vertical elements3.The distance between vertical elements4.The distance between the first verticalelement and the vanishing pointWhen drawing a reflection, where shouldyou locate the station points?1.At the same location as the objectstation points2.Opposite and above the object drawn3.Opposite and below the object drawn4.Directly above or below the stationpoints of the objectWhen drawing reflections, what is the onlydimension left for you to figure?1.The horizontal width2.The vertical height3.The distance from the station point tothe horizon line4.The distance from station point to thepicture plane5-54.How do reflections appear to the eye?1.As though YOU were above the scenelooking downIn reverseAs though you were below the scenelooking upIn exact duplic ate2.3.4.5-55.How do reflections from object placed backoff the horizon line appear?1.Shorter than the real object2.As tall as the real object3.Taller than real object4.As half of the real object32