Which of the following symbols is no longer used according to the current standard?A) Encircled M (maximum material condition)B) Encircled S (regardless of feature size)C) Encircled L (least material condition)D) Encircled P (projected tolerance zone)Which of the following GD&T controls is not a location tolerance?OA) True positionB) Parallelism.OC) Symmetry.D) Concentricity.Revision authorization documents may take on a variety of terms. ECO most likelystands forOA) emergency change optionB) engineering change orderC) enterprise change omissionD) envelope change opening

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I need answers to these 3 parts for a review activity.

Which of the following symbols is no longer used according to the current standard?
A) Encircled M (maximum material condition)
B) Encircled S (regardless of feature size)
C) Encircled L (least material condition)
D) Encircled P (projected tolerance zone)
Which of the following GD&T controls is not a location tolerance?
OA) True position
B) Parallelism.
OC) Symmetry.
D) Concentricity.
Revision authorization documents may take on a variety of terms. ECO most likely
stands for
OA) emergency change option
B) engineering change order
C) enterprise change omission
D) envelope change opening
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Which of the following symbols is no longer used according to the current standard? A) Encircled M (maximum material condition) B) Encircled S (regardless of feature size) C) Encircled L (least material condition) D) Encircled P (projected tolerance zone) Which of the following GD&T controls is not a location tolerance? OA) True position B) Parallelism. OC) Symmetry. D) Concentricity. Revision authorization documents may take on a variety of terms. ECO most likely stands for OA) emergency change option B) engineering change order C) enterprise change omission D) envelope change opening

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Encircled S means “regardless of feature size” that symbol is obsolete in the 1994. So it’s no longer in current standard.  

Thus, the correct option is option (B) Encircled S “regardless of feature size”.

Thus, the correct option is option (B) Encircled S "regardless of feature size"
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Thus, the correct option is option (B) Encircled S "regardless of feature size"

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True position, Symmetry, and concentricity are positional tolerance and parallelism is single feature form tolera...

Thus, the correct option is option (B)
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Thus, the correct option is option (B) parallelism

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