5-36.Where are the vanishing points located?1.On the ground line2.On the horizon line3.On the picture plane4.On the front view5-37.A 3-foot edge of an object represented on adrawing to a scale of 1"=2"-0" is parallel tothe plane of projection. You should drawthis edge to what size on you drawing?1.3/4 inches2.1.5 inches3.6 inches4.2 inches5-38.A 3-foot edge of an object represented on adrawing to a scale of 1"=2"-0" is behind theplane of projection. How should you drawthis edge?1.2.ForeshortenedIn true length3.At a 2:1 scale4.At 2/3rds full scale5-39.A circle shown parallel to the plane ofprojection on a drawing in two-pointperspective appears as what shape?1.An ellipse2.A circle3.A parabola4.A hyperbola5-40.What should you do to determine theperspective of lines and planes inclinedaway from the picture plane?1.Project an auxiliary view2.Locate their station points3.Locate their vanishing points4.Revolve the view toward the plane ofprojection5-41.How should you transfer the measurementsof a circle that is shown oblique to theplane of projection?1.Use a set of dividers2.Inscribe a square within the circle3.Use a trammel4.Circumscribe the circle with a square5-42.How many check points should you usewhen transferring measurements from acircle to a surface oblique to the plane ofprojection?1.Six2.Seven3.Eight4.Five5-43.You should use a square to help you indrawing circles in perspective for whatreason?1.Squares have transferablemeasurements2.Squares eliminate the need forvanishing points, plan views, andelevation views3.Squares are equally proportional4.Squares project as accurate pictureplanes5-44.In one-point perspective, what is the easiestway to draw circular shapes?1.Perpendicular to the picture plan2.Parallel to the picture plane3.Drawing them true size4. Drawing them in true perspective5-45.When you construct a perspective drawingof an object that contains inclined lines andplanes, the plan and elevation serve whatpurpose?1. Measuring2.Projecting the vanishing points3.Locating the picture plane4.Projecting horizon line31

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