# Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) with Answers on Orthographic Projection

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) with Answers on Orthographic Projection

1-Orthographic projection represents three dimensional objects in

1. One dimension
2. Two dimension
3. Three dimension
4. All of the above

(Ans:b)

2-In orthographic projection, the projection lines are ______ to the projection plane.

1. Parallel
2. Orthogonal
3. Inclined
4. Any of the above

(Ans:b)

3-In the term ortho-graphic, ‘orthos’ means

1. Drawing
2. Straight
3. Projection
4. View

(Ans:b)

4-The point, from which the observer is assumed to view the object, is called

1. Center of projection
2. Point of projection
3. Point of observer
4. View point

(Ans: a)

5-In orthographic projection, the object is placed with one of its faces ______ to the picture plane.

1. Inclined
2. Perpendicular
3. Parallel
4. Any of the above

(Ans: c)

6-Orthographic projection is also known as

1. Single view projection
2. Two view projection
3. Multi view projection
4. All of the above

(Ans: c)

7-The two ways of drawing orthographic projection are

1. First angle, second angle
2. First angle, third angle
3. Second angle, third angle
4. Second angle, fourth angle

(Ans: b)

8-In third angle projection method, the object is supposed to be in

(And: c)

9-Projection line is

1. Continuous thick line
2. Continuous thin line
3. Chain thin line
4. Dashed line

(Ans: b)

10-Visible outline or edge is

1. Continuous thick line
2. Continuous thin line
3. Chain thin line
4. Dashed line

(Ans: a)

11-Center line is

1. Continuous thick line
2. Continuous thin line
3. Chain thin line
4. Dashed line

(Ans: c)

12-The orthographic projection, projection lines are ____ to each other.

1. Parallel
2. Perpendicular
3. Inclined
4. Any of the above

(Ans: a)

13-The front view of a cube, when it resting on HP on one of its faces and one other face is parallel to VP, is

1. Square
2. Rectangle
3. Parallelogram
4. Triangle

(Ans: a)

14-The numbers of principal views are

1. Two
2. Three
3. Four
4. Six

(Ans: d)

15-The following is not a principal view.

1. Bottom
2. Side
3. Top
4. Auxiliary

(Ans: d)