## 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