# Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) with Answers on Engineering Drawing

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) with Answers on Engineering Drawing**

**1-The following is not included in title block of drawing sheet.**

- Sheet No
- Scale
- Method of Projection
- Size of sheet

(Ans: d)

**2-Which of the following represent reducing scale?**

- 1:1
- 1:2
- 2:1
- 10:1

(Ans: b)

**3-In first angle projection method, object is assumed to be placed in**

- First quadrant
- Second quadrant
- Third Quadrant
- Fourth quadrant

(Ans: a)

**4-The following line is used for visible outlines**

- Continuous thick
- Continuous thin
- Chain thin line
- Short zigzag thin

(Ans: a)

**5-The following line is used for dimension line**

- Continuous thick
- Continuous thin
- Chain thin line
- Short zigzag thin

(Ans: b)

**6-The dotted lines represents**

- Hidden edges
- Projection line
- Centre line
- Hatching line

(Ans: a)

**7-Hatching lines are drawn at ___ degree to reference line**

- 30
- 45
- 60
- 90

(Ans: b)

**8-In aligned system of dimensioning, the dimensions may be read from**

- Bottom or right hand edges
- Bottom or left hand edges
- Only from bottom
- Only from left side

(Ans: a)

**9-The Length:Width in case of an arrow head is**

- 1:1
- 2:1
- 3:1
- 4:1

(Ans: c)

**10-Metric thread of 10mm diameter is represented by**

- 10M
- M10
- M^10
- None of the above

(Ans: b)

**11-The internal angle of regular pentagon is ___ degree.**

- 72
- 108
- 120
- 150

(Ans: b)

**12-The internal angle of regular hexagon is ___ degree.**

- 72
- 108
- 120
- 150

(Ans: c)

**13-‘Representative fraction’ (RF) is defined as**

- Length of an object in the drawing / Actual length of the object
- Length of an object in the drawing / Isometric length of the object
- Actual length of the object / Length of an object in the drawing
- Isometric length of the object / Length of an object in the drawing

(Ans: a)

**14-A line of 1 meter is shown by 1cm on a scale. Its Representative fraction (RF) is**

- 1
- 100
- 1/100
- 1/50

(Ans: c)

**15-A point ‘P’ is above Horizontal Plane (HP) and in front of Vertical Plane (VP). The point is in**

- First quadrant
- Second quadrant
- Third quadrant
- Fourth quadrant

(Ans: a)