MTerm-I-MultipleChoiceQs - TypeI 1. Mental representations...

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Type I 1. Mental representations are same as visual representations, except they can capture more details A) True B) False 2. Which statement below is correct about line types used in sketching A) Red color lines show visible edges B) Center line can also be used to show hidden edges C) Dotted lines show hidden edges D) Center lines show the location of center point of a circle 3. Which representation type below is not useful for communicating spatial concepts. A) Maps, graphs, diagrams B) Tree diagrams of hierarchical relations C) Three-dimensional scale models D) Mental representations E) Exploded views of a structure 4. When we solve problems ourselves, mental representations are enough A) True B) False 5. Spatial thinking enables generating answers to questions about function of objects. This function is called… A) Inferential function B) Descriptive function C) Analytical function D) Rotational function 6. Assembly function in SolidWorks, the ‘Normal To’ view rotates the selected plane or surface parallel to the screen surface A) True B) False 7. Which activity below is least relevant to spatial thinking? A) Describe, explain, and predict the structure and functions of objects. B) Create representations of structures and their functions C) Design objects and complex assemblies D) Survive in the nature, by finding our ways, defining objects around us, and planning our actions. E) Describe spatial concepts using mathematical, verbal, and logical representations 8. What does “identification of object properties,” mean in the context of a ‘two-gimbal mechanism’ exercise?
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A) Removing irrelevant information from gimbal concept map to prevent clutter and distraction. B) Establishing a shared understanding of the gimbal parts with their names, locations, and magnitudes. C) Determining how much a Gimbal Lego model is liked by the majority D) Communicating the Gimbal analysis using concept maps E) Pointing out pivot, ring, support, and rotations. 9.
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2010 for the course TECH Tech 106 taught by Professor Halilerhan during the Spring '10 term at Simon Fraser.

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MTerm-I-MultipleChoiceQs - TypeI 1. Mental representations...

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