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###### The quality of an image depend on

The quality of an image depend on

1. No. of pixel used by image
2. No. of line used by image
3. No. of resolution used by image
4. None of these
###### A palette can be defined as a finite set of colors for managing the

A palette can be defined as a finite set of colors for managing the

1. Analog images
2. Digital images
3. Both a & b
4. None of these
###### The quality of a picture obtained from a device depends on

The quality of a picture obtained from a device depends on

1. Dot size
2. Number of dots per inch
3. Number of lines per inch
4. All of the above
###### Orthographic projection represents three dimensional objects in

Orthographic projection represents three dimensional objects in

1. One dimension
2. Two dimension
3. Three dimension
4. All of the above
###### In orthographic projection, the projection lines are ______ to the projection plane

In orthographic projection, the projection lines are ______ to the projection plane.

1. Parallel
2. Orthogonal
3. Inclined
4. Any of the above
###### In the term ortho-graphic, ‘orthos’ means

In the term ortho-graphic, ‘orthos’ means

1. Drawing
2. Straight
3. Projection
4. View
###### The point, from which the observer is assumed to view the object, is called

The point, from which the observer is assumed to view the object, is called

1. Center of projection
2. Point of projection
3. Point of observer
4. View point
###### In orthographic projection, the object is placed with one of its faces ______ to the picture plane

In orthographic projection, the object is placed with one of its faces ______ to the picture plane.

1. Inclined
2. Perpendicular
3. Parallel
4. Any of the above
###### Orthographic projection is also known as

Orthographic projection is also known as

1. Single view projection
2. Two view projection
3. Multi view projection
4. All of the above
###### The two ways of drawing orthographic projection are

The two ways of drawing orthographic projection are

1. First angle, second angle
2. First angle, third angle
3. Second angle, third angle
4. Second angle, fourth angle
###### In third angle projection method, the object is supposed to be in

In third angle projection method, the object is supposed to be in

###### Projection line is

Projection line is

1. Continuous thick line
2. Continuous thin line
3. Chain thin line
4. Dashed line
###### Dashed line

Dashed line

1. Parallel
2. Perpendicular
3. Inclined
4. Any of the above
###### The front view of a cube, when it resting on HP on one of its faces and one other face is parallel to VP, is

The front view of a cube, when it resting on HP on one of its faces and one other face is parallel to VP, is

1. Square
2. Rectangle
3. Parallelogram
4. Triangle
###### By which ,we can take a view of an object from different directions and different distances

By which ,we can take a view of an object from different directions and different distances ?

1. Projection
2. Rotation
3. Translation
4. Scaling
###### The centre of projection for parallel projectors is at

The centre of projection for parallel projectors is at

1. Zero
2. Infinity
3. One
4. None of these
###### The projection that can be viewed as the projection that has a centre of projection at a finite distance from the plane of projection are called

The projection that can be viewed as the projection that has a centre of projection at a finite distance from the plane of projection are called

1. Parallel projection
2. Perspective projection
3. Isometric projection
4. None of these
###### The perspective projection is more practical because the distant objects appear

The perspective projection is more practical because the distant objects appear

1. Smaller
2. Larger
3. Neither smaller nor larger
4. None of these
###### A line can be represented by

A line can be represented by

1. One point
2. Two points
3. Three points
4. Four points
###### If the eccentricity is less than one then the conic is

If the eccentricity is less than one then the conic is ?

1. parabola
2. ellipse
3. hyperbola
4. circle

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