Chemistry C101Answers to sample questionsExam 1
Exam 1 (answers to 90 sample questions)
Drawing 25 (Guide Bracket)
Pick Front View
L / Pick point / F8 / .5
@ 1 < 45 (1 45 Construction line)
O / .35 / Pick .5 line / Pick above line /
M / L / Pick start point
Move right to intersect diagonal
(Offsets line up .35)
Moves Last entity
Part I: Multiple Choice (20x2=40 points)
Part II: True or False (5x4=20 points)
Part III: Definitions (3x10=30 points)
Part I: Multiple Choice (40 points) Select the most correct response from the options
provided to answer the quest
Designer User Interface
Name: Van Sui Nawl
Define the Inputs, Process and Outputs:
Vehicle Speed (MPH) and Hours traveled (time in hours).
Accept a value less than 1 for the vehicle's speed or the nu
Drawing 24 (Angle Bracket) moves the location of the
User Coordinate System (UCS)
View / Toolbars / View
Shows View Toolbar
Pick Right View
Sets the viewpoint to right
Prepares for drawing side profile.
Hit (F8) Key
For Drawing 6, use the POLygon
add Fillets and CHAmfers on polygon corners,
ARray the small holes in a rectangular pattern.
1. Start a New File.
(Ctrl+O) to open a prototype drawing.
Change to the Front View
2. Create two concentric P
Drawing 23 uses a unique application of the
NOTE: 2.00 depth on Hub,
1.00 depth on Bosses,
.50 depth on Webs)
1. Start by drawing two sets of concentric circles (Fig. 1).
Pick a point on the screen (a) / D / 1.125
/ @ 4 , -1 / 1.
Drawing 13 is an application drawing like drawing 12. You are to complete this drawing on your own.
Hints: Establish the apex of the 15 and 30 angles as 0,0.
Construct 13 total circles & then trim any unused geometry to create the arcs.
Use Absolute Coord
In Drawing 12, Relative Polar Coordinates are used
as well as Tangent Circles and Lines
PART NAME = GASKET 4
THICKNESS = .125
ALL UNITS ARE INCHES
1. Begin by creating three sets of concentric circles (Fig. 1).
C / Pick a point on the scr
Part 1: True or False (30 points) Best 10/11 Indicate whether each statement is true
_ true _1. Monotheism was introduced in the Middle Bronze Age through the Patriarch
The Deuteronomic Tradition
Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, I-II Samuel, I-II Kings
The Levite Traditions based on Mosaic Covenant Theology
Deuteronomy (Deut) the 5th book
Deuteronomist (D) the early source of Deuteronomic Law (Deut 12-26)
Each question is worth 5 points. Choose the BEST answer for each question.
Which is classified chemically as a pure substance?
white latex paint
100% Columbian coffee
pure Florida orange juice
barium carbonate, BaCO3
Gen 12-50 report myths of ancestry & migration
A.D. Smith has identified the following elements as essential to the composition of
a traditional story about a national or ethnic myth. These include:
a myth of origins in time; i.e., when the community was
R111. THE BIBLE
Ethnic Identity and Ethnic Myths
This handout by Dr. Mullen is designed to help you think about the readings in Neh 8-10 and
the lecture entitled Israels Story.
It is important that we share a common definition of Judaism and that we under
ENGR 197 TENTATIVE COURSE OUTLINE
Clicker Instructions: registration, license, device ID
Click on the TurningPoint Cloud link on the left side of the Canvas window.
Create a TurningPoint Cloud account by entering your first name and your last name
as required. Select student as you
Drawing 22 is an application drawing. You are to complete this drawing on your own after the
demonstration given in lecture.
Start with the Primitives Box and Cylinder.
Use Object Snaps to locate, draw and modify entities.
Change the UCS a