# Engineering Drawing MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) With Answers

1. The following is not included in the title block of the drawing sheet

1. Sheet No
2. Scale
3. Method of Projection
4. Size of sheet

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2. Which of the following represent reducing scale?

1. 1:1
2. 1:2
3. 2:1
4. 10:1

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3. In first angle projection method, an object is assumed to be placed in

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4. The following line is used for visible outlines

1. Continuous thick
2. Continuous thin
3. Chain thin line
4. Short zigzag thin

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5. The following line is used for the dimension line

1. Continuous thick
2. Continuous thin
3. Chain thin line
4. Short zigzag thin

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6. The dotted line represents

1. Hidden edges
2. Projection line
3. Centreline
4. Hatching line

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7. Hatching lines are drawn at ___ degree to reference line

1. 30
2. 45
3. 60
4. 90

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8. In aligned system of dimensioning, the dimensions may be read from

1. Bottom or right-hand edges
2. Bottom or left-hand edges
3. Only from bottom
4. Only from the left side

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9. The Length: Width in the case of an arrowhead is

1. 1:1
2. 2:1
3. 3:1
4. 4:1

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10. Metric thread of 10mm diameter is represented by

1. 10M
2. M10
3. M^10
4. None of the above

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11. The internal angle of a regular pentagon is ___ degree.

1. 72
2. 108
3. 120
4. 150

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12. The internal angle of a regular hexagon is ___ degree.

1. 72
2. 108
3. 120
4. 150

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13. ‘Representative fraction’ (RF) is defined as

1. Length of an object in the drawing / Actual length of the object
2. Length of an object in the drawing / Isometric length of the object
3. The actual length of the object / Length of an object in the drawing
4. Isometric length of the object / Length of an object in the drawing

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14. A line of 1 meter is shown by 1cm on a scale. Its Representative fraction (RF) is

1. 1
2. 100
3. 1/100
4. 1/50

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#### 15. A point ‘P’ is above Horizontal Plane (HP) and in front of the Vertical Plane (VP). The point is in

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16. The side view of an object is drawn in

1. Vertical plane
2. Horizontal plane
3. Profile plane
4. Any of the above

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17. When the line is parallel to both Horizontal Plane (HP) and Vertical Plane (VP), we can get its true length in

1. Front view
2. Top view
3. Both ‘a’ and ‘b’
4. Side view

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18. When the line is parallel to VP and perpendicular to HP, we can get its true length in

1. Front view
2. Side view
3. Both ‘a’ and ‘b’
4. Top view

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19. The following method(s) is used to find the true length and true inclination of a line when its front view and top view are given

1. Rotation method
2. Trapezoidal method
3. Auxiliary plane method
4. All of the above

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20. The front view of a rectangle, when its plane is parallel to HP and perpendicular to VP, is

1. Rectangle
2. Square
3. Line
4. Point

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21. Which of the following position is not possible for a plane?

1. Perpendicular to both HP and VP
2. Parallel to both HP and VP
3. Perpendicular to HP and parallel to VP
4. Perpendicular to VP and parallel to HP

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22. The following are the Polyhedron except

1. Prism
2. Pyramid
3. Cube
4. Cylinder

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23. The following are the Solids of revolution except

1. Prism
2. Sphere
3. Cone
4. Cylinder

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24. If a solid is cut by a cutting plane parallel to the base of the solid and top part is removed, the remaining part is called

1. Frustum of a solid
2. Truncated solid
3. Oblique solid
4. None of the above

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25. A right regular hexagonal prism in resting on HP on its base, its top view is a

1. Square
2. Rectangle
3. Hexagon
4. Pentagon

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