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Part CMatch each of the following terms to the phrase that describes it Answers are usedonly onceThe way in which aninclined surface projects.One of two "angles1.TopOne of three projection2.Foreshortenedplanes.Created by connecting3.Planarprojectors intersecting aRunoutplane4.Opposite of a fillet5.Round6.ProjectionOne of three dimensions.7.HorizontalOne of three surfacetypes8FirstOne of three regularviewsWidth9.10. ObliqueOne eighth of a circle.FlatPart DMatch each of the section views to the phrase that describes it. Answersonly onceare usedOut of projection.Different direction or1Fullangle of sight.Shape of the spoke mightHalf2need this.3.RemovedSection lines running indifferent directions.4.AlignedFive-spoke wheel mightneed this5.Revolved6OutlineOne-quarter is missing.7. AuxiliaryBends in the cuttingplane line.AssemblyHatching is only alongthe visible lines9Broken-out10. OffsetNeeds a short break line.One-half is missing.st>

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I need help with the correct pairings of the all the given terms with their respective phrases.

 

Part C
Match each of the following terms to the phrase that describes it Answers are used
only once
The way in which an
inclined surface projects.
One of two "angles
1.
Top
One of three projection
2.
Foreshortened
planes.
Created by connecting
3.
Planar
projectors intersecting a
Runout
plane
4.
Opposite of a fillet
5.
Round
6.
Projection
One of three dimensions.
7.
Horizontal
One of three surface
types
8
First
One of three regular
views
Width
9.
10. Oblique
One eighth of a circle.
Flat
Part D
Match each of the section views to the phrase that describes it. Answers
only once
are used
Out of projection.
Different direction or
1
Full
angle of sight.
Shape of the spoke might
Half
2
need this.
3.
Removed
Section lines running in
different directions.
4.
Aligned
Five-spoke wheel might
need this
5.
Revolved
6
Outline
One-quarter is missing.
7. Auxiliary
Bends in the cutting
plane line.
Assembly
Hatching is only along
the visible lines
9
Broken-out
10. Offset
Needs a short break line.
One-half is missing.
st
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Part C Match each of the following terms to the phrase that describes it Answers are used only once The way in which an inclined surface projects. One of two "angles 1. Top One of three projection 2. Foreshortened planes. Created by connecting 3. Planar projectors intersecting a Runout plane 4. Opposite of a fillet 5. Round 6. Projection One of three dimensions. 7. Horizontal One of three surface types 8 First One of three regular views Width 9. 10. Oblique One eighth of a circle. Flat Part D Match each of the section views to the phrase that describes it. Answers only once are used Out of projection. Different direction or 1 Full angle of sight. Shape of the spoke might Half 2 need this. 3. Removed Section lines running in different directions. 4. Aligned Five-spoke wheel might need this 5. Revolved 6 Outline One-quarter is missing. 7. Auxiliary Bends in the cutting plane line. Assembly Hatching is only along the visible lines 9 Broken-out 10. Offset Needs a short break line. One-half is missing. st >

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Correct pairings of the all the given t...

Foreshortened
The way in which an inclined surface projects.
One of two "angles"
One of three projection planes
First
Horizontal
Created by connecting projetors intersecting a plane.
Projection
Opposite of a fillet
Oblique
Width
One of three dimensions
One of three surface types
Round
One of three regular views
One eighth of a circle
Тор
Runout
Flat
Planar
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Foreshortened The way in which an inclined surface projects. One of two "angles" One of three projection planes First Horizontal Created by connecting projetors intersecting a plane. Projection Opposite of a fillet Oblique Width One of three dimensions One of three surface types Round One of three regular views One eighth of a circle Тор Runout Flat Planar

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