Print Reading for Industry282ClassNameDateIndustry Print Exercise 13-1Refer to the print PR 13-1 and answer the questions below.1. Are the datums identified following the current standard or an older standard?2. Before datum A can be used as a datum, what qualification must it meet?3. What feature is used to establish datum B?4. Why do the coordinate location dimensions have boxes around them?5. Do any of the feature control frames specify a bonus tolerance?6. The depth (front-to-back) of the part has a tolerance specified by the title block as .02" (t.01").Nevertheless, the front surface must still be parallel to the back by what amount?7. What is the MMC of datum feature B, which has a title block tolerance specification of .010" (t.005")?Review questions based onprevious units:8. What is the part number of this print?9. How many threaded holes are there on this part?10. What is the radius of the four corners of this part?11. What type of metal should be used for this part?12. What is the size tolerance on the four largest counterbore diameters?13. What is the overall height, width, and depth of this part? HW14. What type of section view is the right side view?15. What type of representation is used to show the threads in the section view?

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I need help solving problems 10, 11, and 12 pertaining to the print provided.

Print Reading for Industry
282
Class
Name
Date
Industry Print Exercise 13-1
Refer to the print PR 13-1 and answer the questions below.
1. Are the datums identified following the current standard or an older standard?
2. Before datum A can be used as a datum, what qualification must it meet?
3. What feature is used to establish datum B?
4. Why do the coordinate location dimensions have boxes around them?
5. Do any of the feature control frames specify a bonus tolerance?
6. The depth (front-to-back) of the part has a tolerance specified by the title block as .02" (t.01").
Nevertheless, the front surface must still be parallel to the back by what amount?
7. What is the MMC of datum feature B, which has a title block tolerance specification of .010" (t.005")?
Review questions based on
previous units:
8. What is the part number of this print?
9. How many threaded holes are there on this part?
10. What is the radius of the four corners of this part?
11. What type of metal should be used for this part?
12. What is the size tolerance on the four largest counterbore diameters?
13. What is the overall height, width, and depth of this part? H
W
14. What type of section view is the right side view?
15. What type of representation is used to show the threads in the section view?
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Print Reading for Industry 282 Class Name Date Industry Print Exercise 13-1 Refer to the print PR 13-1 and answer the questions below. 1. Are the datums identified following the current standard or an older standard? 2. Before datum A can be used as a datum, what qualification must it meet? 3. What feature is used to establish datum B? 4. Why do the coordinate location dimensions have boxes around them? 5. Do any of the feature control frames specify a bonus tolerance? 6. The depth (front-to-back) of the part has a tolerance specified by the title block as .02" (t.01"). Nevertheless, the front surface must still be parallel to the back by what amount? 7. What is the MMC of datum feature B, which has a title block tolerance specification of .010" (t.005")? Review questions based on previous units: 8. What is the part number of this print? 9. How many threaded holes are there on this part? 10. What is the radius of the four corners of this part? 11. What type of metal should be used for this part? 12. What is the size tolerance on the four largest counterbore diameters? 13. What is the overall height, width, and depth of this part? H W 14. What type of section view is the right side view? 15. What type of representation is used to show the threads in the section view?

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(10). The radius of the four corners of the part is 0.44 inches.

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