6-25.What is the purpose of an isometric scale?1.To lay off intersecting lines2.To project the object onto the plane ofprojection3.To measure foreshortened lines4.To measure diagonal lines6-26.What is the difference between isometricdrawings and isometric projections?1.Lines are drawn foreshortened by two-thirds2.Lines are drawn without the use of ascale in projections3.Lines are drawn without the use of ascale in drawings4.Lines are drawn true length6-27.In comparison to an isometric projection,how does an isometric drawing appear?1.Larger2.Smaller3.More accurate4.More realistic6-28.In an isometric drawing, how should youplace the object on the plane of projection?1.With the longest axis vertical2.With the longest axis horizontal3.With the shortest axis oblique4.With the shortest axis parallel to thelongest isometric axis6-29.Changing the position of the isometric axesaffects the viewpoint at which the object isseen.1. True2.False6-30.How do circles appear on isometric planes?1. As obloids2. As circles3. As ellipses4. As parabolas6-31.When transferring noncircular curves froma multiview drawing to any isometricdrawing, what lines should you use?1.Corresponding projectors on themultiview drawing2.Corresponding nonisometric lines3.Corresponding normal lines4.Corresponding randomly spacedparallel lines6-32.What feature determines when thediameters of an ellipse are conjugate?1.When the diameter are parallel to theend tangents2.When the diameters are perpendicularto the end tangents3.When the minor diameter intersects themajor diameter at 60°4.When the major and minor diametersare complementary6-33.A circle with a diameter of 65cm willproject obliquely as an ellipse with a majordiameter of what size?1. 35cm2.55cm3.45cm4.65cm6-34.Angles will only project true size whenthey are drawn in which of the followingways?1.Parallel to the isometric axes2.Foreshortened along the isometric axes3.Parallel to the plane of projection4. Perpendicular to the plane ofprojection37