# Technical Drawing - Axonometric Projection

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### Exercise :: Axonometric Projection - General Questions

1.

In isometric projection, all distances are approximately this percentage of their true size:

 A. 120 percent B. 80 percent C. 50 percent D. 20 percent

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2.

Angles project true size only when the plane containing the angle and plane of projection are this:

 A. Adjacent B. Aligned C. Perpendicular D. Parallel

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3.

In this type of projection, each of the axes has different ratios of foreshortening:

 A. Isometric B. Dimetric C. Trimetric D. Parallel

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4.

Lines of an isometric drawing that are not parallel to the isometric axes are called this:

 A. Trimetric lines B. Nonisometric lines C. Multiview lines D. Dimetric lines

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5.

This type of axonometric drawing has equal foreshortening along two axis directions and a different amount on the third axis:

 A. Dimetric B. Multiview C. Isometric D. Trimetric