## Top 50 Auto CAD 4D Objective Type Questions &Answers

1. You have just issued the HIDE command on a new 3D House Plan to see how the design looks, but find that all of the interior room labels are showing through your opaque walls, ruining the 3D effect.  What can you do with the TEXT objects to fix this?
A. Assign a thickness of 0.001" to all TEXT.
B. Place the TEXT on the Defpoints layer.
C. Place the TEXT on a no plot layer.
D. Assign the Hide property to all TEXT.
E. Assign a thickness of 12" to all TEXT.
Ans: A

2. Which one of the following AutoCAD objects can NOT have a 3D (Z) thickness property applied to it?
A. TEXT
B. MTEXT
C. LINE
D. CIRCLE
E. PLINE
Ans: B

3. You want to draw an octagon shape window on a vertical wall face in your 3D House Plan. Which UCS command option is best suited to place your User Coordinate System on this front wall face to ensure the window is placed flat on this wall?
A. Origin
B. ZAxis
C. 3point
D. View
E. X
Ans: C

4. Which AutoCAD command will determine precisely the volume of a complex (or simple) 3D Solid part?
A. AREA
B. MASSPROP
C. VOLUME
D. PART
E. CALCULATE
Ans: B

5. The purpose of the UCSICON command is to:?
A. Permit a user to move the UCS system.
B. Permit a user to redefine the location of 0,0.
C. Permit a user to control the placement and appearance of the icon to help you understand your orientation in the XYZ coordinate system.
D. Provide a working plane to draw on.
E. Change to the desired working units from decimal to feet and inches.
Ans: C

6. The primary purpose of the UCS (User Coordinate System) is?
A. Helps a user to calculate the area of an object.
B. To determine angles for isometric projections.
C. Allows a user to select the desired type of drawing units.
D. Allows a user to draw on a specified 2D Plane in 3D space.
E. Allows a user to define a place to put icons.
Ans: D

7. To determine if two parts (3D Solids) will fit together without any interference, what 3D AutoCAD command would you use?
A. FIT
B. UNION
C. SUBTRACT
D. INTERSECT
E. INTERFERE
Ans: E
8. What is the volume of a cone with a 12' radius and a 12' height?
A. 3,216,915.13 cu in
B. 3,162,915.13 cu in
C. 3,126,195.13 cu in
D. 3,126,951.13 cu in
E. 3,126,915.13 cu in
Ans: E
9. You apply a property called Thickness to a standard AutoCAD CIRCLE.  What type of AutoCAD object do you now have officially?
A. Surface Model (Polygon Mesh)
B. Solid Model (3D Solid)
C. PLINE
D. Cylinder
E. Region
Ans: A

10. Which of these objects will only draw flat on the current XY working plane and not allow 3D coordinate input (e.g. Z input)? (Check ALL that appy)
A. LINE
B. DONUT
C. CIRCLE
D. PLINE
E. 3DPOLY
Ans: B,C,D

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