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Engineering Final Exam



Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

What  is the feature called that will allow you to make a sketch 3D in a straight line?
a.
Revolve
c.
Fillet
b.
Extrude
d.
Sweep
 

 2. 

What is an unconsumed sketch?
a.
A sketch that has circles and lines on it
c.
A sketch that is grounded
b.
A sketch that is locked
d.
A sketch that has not been used in a feature
 

 3. 

A sweep requires
a.
a beginning and an end
c.
A profile and a path
b.
a proliferated profile
d.
one sketch
 

 4. 

When doing a Revolve, you must choose a profile to be revolved and
a.
an axis to revolve it around
c.
an unconsumed sketch
b.
a work plane
d.
a joined cut
 

 5. 

When feature that takes one sketch and fills in detail between another different shape sketch is called
a.
sweep
c.
loft
b.
extrude
d.
revolve
 

 6. 

Which of these planes does not exist
a.
XX
c.
YZ
b.
XY
d.
XZ
 

 7. 

Rounding the corners of a given object is called
a.
sweep
c.
loft
b.
dither
d.
fillet
 

 8. 

What feature command would you use to hollow out an object?
a.
Rib
c.
Sweep
b.
Shift
d.
Shell
 

 9. 

1. CAD is not the first tool to use when starting a project.  What step in the design process comes before CAD?
a.
Sketches
c.
Testing procedure
b.
Engineering Model
d.
Materials list
 

 10. 

What does CAD stand for?
a.
Computer Assisted Dithering
c.
Complete And Done
b.
Computer Aided Drafting
d.
Constraint All Drawings
 

 11. 

The most appropriate method to dimension the size of a hole is to use a(n):
a.
Diameter dimension
c.
Linear dimension.
b.
Radial dimension
d.
Ordinate dimension.
 

 12. 

What is the design process called that takes an existing object and rebuilds it in inventor so that a copy of the item can be manufactured?
a.
backwards sketching
c.
reverse engineering
b.
backwards engineering
d.
reverse sketching
 

 13. 

What is the total volume of two rectangular solids that are each 1”x 2”x 4”?
a.
12 in.3
c.
48 in.3
b.
16 in.3
d.
92 in.3
 

 14. 

What is the total surface area for one of the blocks 1” x 2” x 4”
a.
52 in.2
c.
48 in.2
b.
28 in.2
d.
24 in.2
 

 15. 

The first part to be inserted into an Inventor assembly has a unique condition. What is it?
a.
Grounded
c.
Floating
b.
Restricted in three degrees of freedom
d.
None of the above
 

 16. 

What is the mathematical term used to describe an angle that measures exactly 90 degrees?
a.
Acute
c.
Right
b.
Obtuse
d.
Scalene
 

 17. 

What geometric constraint describes a circle touching a flat surface?
a.
Parallel
c.
perpendicular
b.
right
d.
tangent
 

 18. 

When dimensioning a rectangular pocket cutout in a part, what pieces of information needs to be identified?
a.
Width and length, location, depth
c.
Size, width, depth
b.
Width, depth, location
d.
None of the above
 

 19. 

What 3 pieces of information do you need to input to do a rectangular pattern command?
a.
direction, count and spacing
c.
feature, profile and direction
b.
length, width and height
d.
count, profile and height
 

 20. 

If you need to create a sketch plane in empty space, you will need to create
a.
an unconsumed sketch
c.
a pattern component
b.
a work space
d.
a work plane
 

 21. 

What is the sketch command called that will allow you to specify the length, width and height or a sketch?
a.
General Demensia
c.
General Dimension
b.
Dispersal pattern
d.
Offset
 

 22. 

When placing contraints on parts in an assembly the general rule is
a.
mate, insert, flush
c.
mate, tangent, lemote
b.
mate, invert, insert
d.
mate, flush, flush
 

 23. 

In an assembly, what constraint will align to parts together so that they are on the same plane?
a.
flush
c.
mate
b.
insert
d.
extrude
 

 24. 

A drawing generally shows what views
a.
left side, bottom and top
c.
front, right side, top and isometric
b.
isometric, left side and top
d.
front, left side, top and isometric
 

 25. 

The 4 views shown on standard drawings are called
a.
multiplex
c.
angle views
b.
multiviews
d.
superviews
 

 26. 

“A view in which parts of an assembly are separated for unobstructed viewing. The direction and distance that parts can be moved are dependent on the settings that you specify as you set up the view.” defines what?
a.
extrusion
c.
isometic view
b.
exploded view
d.
sketch view
 

 27. 

Adding or subtracting volume to a sketched feature describes what process?
a.
fillet
c.
joggle
b.
extrude
d.
loop
 

 28. 

One of the most common errors received when trying to extrude a sketch is
a.
Sweeps require two unconsumed visible sketches on the part
c.
Open loop found in this profile.  Use Close Loop or use Edit Sketch and project geometry, add sketch geometry, and/or drag the loop endpoints to close the loop.
b.
Closed loop found in this profile. Use Open Loop or use Edit Sketch and project geometry, add sketch geometry, and/or drag the loop endpoints to open the loop.
d.
You are ugly and yo mama dresses you funny!
 

 29. 

“A smooth curve fitted to a sequence of points within a specified tolerance” defines what sketch tool
a.
line
c.
split
b.
curve
d.
spline
 

 30. 

What type of file would you select to make a standard part?
a.
.idw
c.
.ipt
b.
.iam
d.
.ipn
 

 31. 

If you wanted to make a work plane invisible, you would uncheck which option?
a.
visibility
c.
grounded
b.
invisibility
d.
adaptive
 

 32. 

The 3 directions in space are
a.
a, b, and c
c.
x, y and z
b.
i, j, and k
d.
a, c , and d
 

 33. 

What is the term used for making a part move
a.
drive contraint
c.
superimpose contraint
b.
move contraint
d.
loop contraint
 

 34. 

This equation will most likely do what to the part? D20*1in/360deg
a.
make something move in a straight line
c.
make something jump up and down
b.
make something move up and down
d.
make something spin or revolve
 

 35. 

If an english tape measure has 7 tiny lines between the 1” and 2”, each one would represent
a.
1/16 of an inch
c.
1/4 of an inch
b.
1/32 of an inch
d.
1/8 of an inch
 

 36. 

On an english tape measure, 2/8 inch is equal to
a.
1/4”
c.
1/2”
b.
1/8”
d.
1/16”
 

 37. 

If something has volume it
a.
will sink in water
c.
takes up space
b.
consumes energy
d.
uses up time
 

 38. 

What type of contraint would you use to make a door swing open?
a.
motion
c.
mate
b.
angle
d.
flush
 

 39. 

In a drawing, what are the little numbered identifers called?
a.
balloons
c.
bombs
b.
bubbles
d.
booties
 

 40. 

In a drawing, what feature is always marked with a “Center mark”
a.
lines
c.
arcs
b.
hidden lines
d.
holes
 

 41. 

If 2 lines are parallel, what does that mean?
a.
that they are at right angles to each other
c.
that they are perpendicular to each other
b.
that they are intersecting each other
d.
that they run side by side, never intersecting
 

 42. 

The sum of the interior angles of a triangle will always equal
a.
90 degrees
c.
120 degrees
b.
75 degrees
d.
180 degrees
 

 43. 

A square consist of 4 internal angles each measuring
a.
75 degrees
c.
120 degrees
b.
90 degrees
d.
180 degrees
 

 44. 

Concentric circles will have
a.
the same center
c.
the same radius
b.
the same diameter
d.
none of the above
 

 45. 

Eccentric circles will have
a.
the same center
c.
the same radius
b.
different centers
d.
different diameters
 

 46. 

An acute angle will be
a.
less than 90 degrees
c.
more than 180 degrees but less than 240
b.
more than 90 but less than 180 degrees
d.
equal to 360 degrees
 

 47. 

An obtuse angle will be
a.
less than 90 degrees
c.
more than 180 but less than 240 degrees
b.
more than 90 but less than 180 degrees
d.
equal to 360 degrees
 

 48. 

An ellipse is
a.
a rectangular shape with intersecting circles
c.
an oval shape
b.
a circle with a square in the middle
d.
a type of triangle
 

 49. 

If the diameter of a circle is 14 inches, what is it's radius?
a.
6"
c.
7"
b.
2"
d.
3.5"
 

 50. 

How many degrees does a circle have?
a.
180
c.
360
b.
240
d.
420
 

 51. 

Angles are always described in
a.
degrees
c.
feet
b.
inches
d.
centimeters
 

 52. 

Which of the following an an obtuse triangle?
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a.
c.
b.
 
d.
 

 53. 

Which of the following is an acute triangle?
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a.
c.
b.
d.
 

 54. 

Which of the following is a right triangle?
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a.
c.
b.
d.
 

 55. 

On a drawing, full scale would be noted as
a.
1:2
c.
2:1
b.
1:1
d.
10:1
 

 56. 

On a drawing, quarter scale would be noted as
a.
1:1
c.
1:4
b.
1:2
d.
1:25
 

 57. 

Which of the following is not a type of engineering
a.
chemical
c.
electrical
b.
civil
d.
arbol
 

 58. 

________________ is a freehand drawing requiring only paper, pencil and eraser. Used for quick communication.
a.
Ducking
c.
extruding
b.
sketching
d.
fleeing
 

 59. 

Which is not one of the 3 tools you need to sketch?
a.
pen
c.
eraser
b.
pencil
d.
paper
 

 60. 

What is the symbol for diameter?
a.
Ø
c.
«
b.
~
d.
®
 

 61. 

In what type of file would you create an exploded view of your assembly?
a.
.ipt
c.
.ipn
b.
.iam
d.
.idw
 

 62. 

Lines left to show where a part will go in a complete assembly shown in an exploded view are called
a.
tails
c.
tracks
b.
trails
d.
paths
 

 63. 

When drawing a straight line on paper, you should always
a.
use a pen
c.
press the pencil hard on the paper
b.
keep your eyes on your starting point
d.
keep your eyes on your end point
 

 64. 

One of the worst engineering disasters, the 1986 explosion of the space shuttle Challenger was caused by
a.
a bad fuel mixture
c.
misaligned engines on the shuttle
b.
a faulty O ring on the booster rockets
d.
a piece of foam breaking off the main fuel tank and striking the main rocket boosters
 

 65. 

One engineering disaster that has turned into a popular tourist attraction is
a.
the Golden Gate Bridge
c.
the Leaning Tower of Pisa
b.
the Tacoma Narrows Bridge
d.
the Holiday Inn in Paris
 

 66. 

How many inches are there in 1 foot?
a.
14
c.
10
b.
16
d.
12
 

 67. 

The arrow is pointing to what measurement?
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a.
1 6/8”
c.
1 3/8”
b.
1 3/4”
d.
1 13/16”
 

 68. 

What measurement is the arrow pointing to? finalexam_files/i0690000.jpg
a.
1 15/32”
c.
1 3/4”
b.
1 7/8”
d.
1 1/4”
 

Completion
Complete each sentence or statement.
 

 69. 

Which of the following was your favorite project in Intro to Engineering?

vase                  TV/VCR remote control     
bed knob            digital camera cable     
pumpkin            ladder     
faucet                  living environment     
train                  CD spin assembly     
train car            Gears project     
remote controlled toy      handle     
suspension bridge      Other? (specify)     
bicycle
 

 

 70. 

Which of the following was your least favorite project in Intro to Engineering?

vase                  TV/VCR remote control     
bed knob            digital camera cable     
pumpkin            ladder     
faucet                  living environment     
train                  CD spin assembly     
train car            Gears project     
remote controlled toy      handle     
suspension bridge      Other? (specify)     
bicycle
 

 

Matching
 
 
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Identify the parts of a circle
a.
perimeter
d.
area
b.
center
e.
radius
c.
diameter
f.
circumference
 

 71. 

Part of circle A
 

 72. 

Part of circle B
 

 73. 

Part of circle C
 

 74. 

Part of circle D
 



 
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