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Unformatted text preview: McMaster University Faculty of Engineering Family Name: Given Name(s): Student Number: Lecture Section: Tutorial Section: Final Examination in Engineering 1C03 - Engineering Design and Graphics Instructors: Drs. T. E. Doyle, D. F. ElKott April 25, 2007 Duration of Examination: 2 hours Instructions • This examination paper consists of two parts that include five (5) multiple choice questions and two (2) sketching problems on 12 numbered pages. You are responsible for ensuring that your copy of the paper is complete. Bring any discrepancy to the attention of your invigilator. • Pencils and an eraser are allowed. No other aids are allowed. You may not use a straight edge or ruler. • Calculators, laptops, personal digital assistants, cell phones, music players, head- phones, and/or any programmable devices are NOT ALLOWED . • Carefully read and attempt all questions. • Each question weight is specified in [bold] . Please gauge your time accordingly. • Given drawings are to scale . • This is a closed book examination. You may not use any reference material. • Do not dimension except to indicate scale. • You may carefully remove the last page from the exam. Ensure your name and student number are clearly recorded on each page. • When finished, stay in your seat until your exam is collected. • ALL PAGES ARE TO BE HANDED IN AT THE COMPLETION OF THE EXAM. Part 1 multiple choice /19 Part 2 multiview /36 isometric /21 Total /76 c TED/DFE 2007 ...continued on page 2 Changed with the DEMO VERSION of CAD-KAS PDF-Editor (http://www.cadkas.com). Changed with the DEMO VERSION of CAD-KAS PDF-Editor (http://www.cadkas.com). ENG 1C03 Final ID#: Family Name: Given Name(s): 2 1 Multiple Choice Component Clearly record each multiple choice answer (a – e) in the table below. Answers that are considered unclear will be marked as incorrect. Multiple Choice Summary Answer Table 1 2 3 4 5 1. What is the least number of assembly constraints needed to fully-constrain the components of the illustrated assembly without using the “Insert” relationship?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2010 for the course ENGINEERIN 1C03 taught by Professor T.doyle during the Spring '10 term at McMaster University.
- Spring '10