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AutoCAD and Its Applications—Advanced
Chapter 1 Review
Chapter 1 Review
Introduction to Three-Dimensional Modeling
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1. What are the three coordinates needed to locate any point in
3D space?
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2. In a 2D drawing, what is the value for the Z coordinate?
3. What purpose does the right-hand rule serve?
4. Which three fingers are used in the right-hand rule?
5. What is the definition of a viewpoint?
6. What is the function of the ribbon and its panels?
7. How do you turn the display of individual panels on or off in
the ribbon?
8. How can you quickly change the display from perspective
projection to parallel projection, or vice versa?
9. How many preset isometric viewpoints does AutoCAD have?
List them.
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10. How does changing the UCS impact using one of the preset
isometric viewpoints?
11. List the six preset orthographic viewpoints.
12. When selecting a preset orthographic viewpoint, what
happens to the UCS?
13. Which AutoCAD tool allows you to dynamically change your
viewpoint using an on-screen cube icon?
14. Define wireframe display.
15. Define hidden display.
16. Define surface model.
17. Define solid model.
18. Define primitive.
19. Define mesh object.
20. What is a visual style?
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