**Projection of Solids Multiple Choice Questions**

**1. A solid is an object having**

a. one dimension

b. two dimensions

c. three dimensions

d. no dimension

**2. Axes of which of the following solids is perpendicular to their bases?**

a. Oblique solid

b. Right solid

c. Both a and b

d. None of the above

**3. Which of the following has equal faces?**

a. Tetrahedron

b. cube

c. octahedron

d. all of the above

**4. Following is (are) solids of revolution.**

a. Sphere

b. Cone

c. Cylinder

d. All of the above

**5. When the solid is cut by a plane parallel to its base then it is known as**

a. Full solid

b. Truncated solid

c. Frustum of solid

d. Half solid

**6. When the solid is cut by a plane inclined to its base then it is known as**

a. Full solid

b. Truncated solid

c. Frustum of solid

d. Half solid

**7. ___ is a kind of polyhedron having two parallel identical faces or bases.**

a. Pyramid

b. Prism

c. Solids of revolution

d. All of the above

**8. ___ is type of polyhedron having a base and an apex.**

a. Prism

b. Solids of revolution

c. Pyramid

d. None of the above

**9. A sphere is a solid generated by the revolution of a**

a. circle

b. arc

c. semicircle

d. any of the above

**10. Which of the following position is not possible in solids**

a. Axis of a solid parallel to HP, perpendicular to VP

b. Axis of a solid parallel to VP, perpendicular to HP

c. Axis of a solid parallel to both HP and VP

d. Axis of a solid perpendicular to both HP and VP

**11. Top view of a right cylinder, resting on HP on its base, is**

a. Circle

b. Ellipse

c. Rectangle

d. Square

**12. Front view of a cube resting on HP on one of its faces, and another face parallel of VP, is**

a. Rectangle

b. Square

c. Parallelogram

d. Rhombus

**13. Projection lines are**

a. Continuous thick lines

b. Continuous thin lines

c. Chain thin lines having thick edges

d. Dashed lines

**14. Side view of a cone resting on HP on its base rim and having axis parallel to both HP and VP, is**

a. point

b. circle

c. ellipse

d. triangle

**15. If frustum of a cone is placed on HP on its base, its top view will consist of**

a. a point

b. a circle

c. two circles

d. an ellipse and a circle