# Technical Drawing - Threads, Fasteners and Springs

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### Exercise :: Threads, Fasteners and Springs - General Questions

1.

These include taper pins, straight pins, dowel pins, clevis pins, and cotter pins:

 A. Bolts B. General fasteners C. Machine pins D. Rivets

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2.

The distance a screw thread advances axially in one turn is the:

 A. Lead B. Pitch C. Turn D. Crest

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3.

The standard number of threads per inch for various diameters is the:

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4.

This type of fit is high quality and is used for the bulk of interchangeable screw thread work:

 A. Class 1 B. Class 2 C. Class 3 D. Class 4

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5.

This type of thread is a thread on the inside of a member: