# Technical Drawing - Layouts and Lettering

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### Exercise :: Layouts and Lettering - General Questions

1.

When lettering a CAD drawing, for clarity you should limit the number of fonts to:

 A. One B. Two C. Three D. Any number

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2.

The primary unit of measurement for engineering drawings and design in the mechanical industries is the:

 A. Millimeter B. Centimeter C. Meter D. Kilometer

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3.

These units are based on inch-foot and yard measurements:

 A. International customary units B. U.S. metric units C. U.S. customary units D. ISO international units

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4.

This is how axonometric, oblique, and perspective sketches show objects:

 A. Orthographically B. Pictorially C. Obliquely D. Parallel

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5.

This type of projection is when projectors are parallel to each other, but are at an angle other than 90 degrees to the plane of projection:

 A. Oblique projection B. Perpendicular projection C. Aesthetic projection D. Angular projection