# Technical Drawing - Perspective Drawings

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### Exercise :: Perspective Drawings - General Questions

1.

Two-point perspective is also known as:

 A. Two-view perspective B. Regular perspective C. Parallel perspective D. Angular perspective

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2.

This is the intersection of the ground plane with the picture plane:

 A. Vanishing point B. Ground line C. Station point D. Horizon

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3.

In perspective drawings this is placed between the observer and the object:

 A. Vanishing point / horizon B. Station point C. Ground line D. Plane of projection / picture plane

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4.

When positioning this feature of perspective projection, the centerline of the cone of visual rays should be directed toward the approximate center of the object:

 A. Station point B. Vanishing point C. Horizon D. Ground line

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5.

Perspective drawings are classified according to their number of these features:

 A. Station points B. Picture planes C. Vanishing points D. Ground lines