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1. The _______ tool from the Draw panel extension of the ribbon allows you to draw a polyline object consisting of two concentric circles.





2. When drawing a polygon in AutoCAD, if you select the _______ option, the radius is measured from the center to a vertex of the polygon.

A. Midpoint

B. Default

C. Circumscribed

D. Edge

3. AutoCAD will draw a polyline arc segment

A. at a 45-degree angle to the last polyline segment drawn.

B. parallel to the last polyline segment drawn.

C. concentric to the last polyline segment drawn.

D. tangent to the last polyline segment drawn.

4. The tool palette can be opened from several places on the ribbon or menu bar, but a useful shortcut is to enter

A. +6.

B. +4.

C. +3.

D. +5.

5. Which one of the following tools allows you to attach annotations to objects?

A. Polyline

B. Scale

C. Multileader

D. Linear

6. When hatching in an area that includes text, the quickest way to do this is to

A. enter and choose a hatch pattern first, and then draw the text.

B. draw a temporary border around the text, TRIM the border, and then ERASE it.

C. use gradient fill in the text area.

D. draw the text first, and then enter the HATCH command.

7. Which one of the following statements about the HATCH command is correct?

A. The HATCH command is accessed through the Layout tab on the ribbon.

B. The AutoCAD default is associated hatching, which changes when boundaries change.

C. The HATCH command is accessed through the Insert tab on the ribbon.

D. The AutoCAD default is non-associated hatching, which is completely independent of the geometry that contains it.

8. Most dimensions in AutoCAD are _______, which means that changes in the dimensioned objects are automatically reflected in the dimensions.

A. disassociated

B. annotative

C. associative

D. automatic

9. Using dimensional restraints on a geometry will allow you to modify other areas of a geometry, and

A. AutoCAD will warn you that the geometry is protected by the constraint.

B. the related geometries will not be affected.

C. the related geometry will adjust to preserve the relationships.

D. the constrained geometry will adjust in size accordingly.

10. A smooth curve that’s drawn passing through or near a set of points is called a

A. curved arc.

B. tangential curve.

C. spline.

D. smoothed arc.

11. Imagine that you’ve created an annotation object viewport in paper space, with a different scale than the objects present in the other viewports. In order to scale dimensions within this annotative object to match the text size in the other viewports, you should use the

A. Dimension Style Manager.

B. Dimension Scale Manager.

C. Text Style Manager.

D. Text Scale Manager.

12. Imagine that you’ve drawn a rough outline sketch of a figure, and you want to constrain its properties based on geometric relationships. Which one of the following tabs should you choose to access the correct tools?

A. The Geometric tab

B. The Parametric tab

C. The Relation tab

D. The Georelation tab

13. When you’re drawing a spline, the degree to which the curve is constrained by the defining points can be controlled by changing the

A. tolerance.

B. tangency.

C. fit point.

D. nonuniform rational B-spline.

14. When you’re using the PEDIT command to edit a polyline, the _______ option removes the closing segment of the polyline object.

A. Break

B. Undo

C. Open

D. Move

15. After drawing a complicated rectangular object, you realize that some dimensions of the object are incorrect. The easiest way to set constraints in this situation, without having to select every line segment, is to use the _______ tool.

A. Replicate

B. Transform

C. Symmetric

D. AutoConstrain

16. When you’re drawing straight polyline segments, the _______ option lets you type a value and then draws that equivalent segment starting from the endpoint of the previous segment and continuing in the original direction.

A. Draw

B. Length

C. Direction

D. Close

17. Which one of the following statements about polylines and the PLINE command is correct?

A. PLINE allows you to draw a line or a series of lines, but not arcs.

B. Donuts can only be drawn using the PLINE command.

C. Polygons can only be drawn using the PLINE command.

D. PLINE allows you to edit polylines using ordinary edit commands.

18. Imagine that you used the Parameters Manager and constrained the length of a dimension (line A) to 20 units. You also assigned a dimension (line B) with a length of 1.5 * line A. When you alter line A to be 10 units long, the length of line B will become

A. 3.

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B. 15.

C. 30.

D. 21.5.

19. When you’re using the PEDIT command for vertex editing, the _______ option removes sections between two specified vertices.

A. Fit

B. Open

C. Undo

D. Break

20. Which one of the following commands allows you to move an object without moving the dimensions of the object with it?