Instructions: Supply the needed information to complete the following statements.

1. A drawing showing more than one side of an object tilted in front of the observer.

a. pictorial drawing

b. artistic drawing

c. multi-view drawing d. orthographic drawing

2. The place or point where the observer is supposed to stand while viewing the object.

a. vanishing point

b. center point

c. piercing point

d. station point

3. The point where the horizontal line in the perspective view seems to converge or meet.

a station point

b. vanishing point

c. center point

d. piercing point

4. The object is placed on the horizon at the eye-level of the observer.

a. birds eye view

b. worms eye view

c. mans-eye view

d. orthographic view

5. An oblique drawing in which the depth axis lines are in full size.

a. cabinet oblique

b. cavalier oblique

c. general oblique

d. oblique perspective

6. Iso means equal, metric means

7. Circle becomes ellipse in

8. Lines that are not parallel to the three base lines in isometric are called

9. A system of orthographic projection that places the object on the first quadrant is called

10. Located below the top view is the

of the Third angle projection.

11. A system of orthographic projection that places the object on the third quadrant is called

12. Located below the first is the

of the first-angle projection.

13. The perpendicular distance between horizontal planes is referred to as

14. The perpendicular distance between profile planes is called

15. The perpendicular distance between frontal planes is called

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**Answer:**

6.metrics

7.only one radius.

8.nonisometric lines

9.angle system

10.front view

11.Third-angle projection. Explanation: Third-angle projection: In this type of projection, the object is imagined to be in the third quadrant

12. First angle projection means the object is placed in first quadrant and the top view of the object is below the front view so the bottom view is above the front view. This is obtained as the bottom view is viewed from bottom and so is projected upwards

13.height is the perpendicular distance between two horizontal lines:) hendikeps2 and 80 more users found this answer helpful.

14.Width is the perpendicular distance between two profile planes.

15.Width is the perpendicular distance between two profile planes. … Depth is the perpendicular distance between two frontal planes