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Assignment 1 - The amount of detail in the drawing. The...

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Augdon Greening August 26, 2008 Assignment 1 2-26. Show how the following scales are noted on an architectural drawing: 1/8”, 1/4”, 1/2”, 3/4", 1 1/2”, and 3”. 1/8”=1’-0”, 1/4"=1’0”, 1/2"=1’0”, 3/4”=1’0”, 1 1/2"-1’0”, 3”-1’0” 2-27. Identify a civil engineer’s scale that is commonly used for subdivision plats. 1”=500’, 1”=50’, 1”=5’, 1”=5” 2-28. What scale is usually used for drawing residential floor plans? 1/4"=1’0” 2-29. List three factors that influence the selection of a scale for a drawing.
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Unformatted text preview: The amount of detail in the drawing. The size of paper that is used for the drawing. The size of the project that is to be scaled and drawn. 2-30. Name the scale that is most commonly used, and why. The triangular scale because it offers many scale options and is easy to handle. 2-31. To convert inches to millimeters, multiply inches by ____. 25.4 2-32. List an advantage of using metric scales. Any scale if multiple of 10; therefore any scale adjustments are easily calculated....
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