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Match each of the following terms to the phrase that describes it. Answers are used
only once.
1. Pitch
Standard thread form.
2. Lead
Root-to-root
measurement along the
axis.
3. Major diameter
Root
4.
For double threads. 2P.
5. Simplified
Unified
6.
At the bottom of the V
7. Schematic
Hidden line technique for
threads.
Helix
8.
Crest-to-crest
measurement across the
axis.
Reverse
9.
10. Multiple
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Match each of the following terms to the phrase that describes it. Answers are used only once. 1. Pitch Standard thread form. 2. Lead Root-to-root measurement along the axis. 3. Major diameter Root 4. For double threads. 2P. 5. Simplified Unified 6. At the bottom of the V 7. Schematic Hidden line technique for threads. Helix 8. Crest-to-crest measurement across the axis. Reverse 9. 10. Multiple

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The explanation of the above terms have been explained below.

Step 2

Standard Thread form:

Standard thread form and series are defined by Unified Thread Standard (UTS) with allowance, tolerance, and designation. The UTS is commonly used in USA and Canada. The UTS is mainly used for bolts, nuts, and other threaded fasteners.

Root-to-root measurement along axis:

The pitch of thread is measured between corresponding points on adjacent thread form and is measured parallel to the axis of the thread.

For double thread, 2P:

For a single start, lead = pitch

Whereas for of double start screw threads, lead = twice...

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