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The COORDS display always shows 4 decimal places of accuracy.
FALSE
True or False:
The actual precision of the AutoCAD drawing database is 14 significant digits, regardless of the "Units Precision" setting.
TRUE
The orientation of angle 0 in AutoCAD is always east (positive X direction).
FALSE
True or False:
You can enter fractions or decimals at the keyboard, regardless of the Units setting.
TRUE
True or False:
AutoCAD drawings ALWAYS have a maximum size of 12 units by 9 units.
FALSE
True or False:
When CAD is used to create a drawing, the geometry should be drawn full size in real-world units.
TRUE
True or False:
SNAP can be set to any value.
TRUE
True or False:
You can have multiple "Model" tabs, but only one "Layout" tab.
FALSE
True or False:
GRID is included in a print or plot of a drawing.
FALSE
True or False:
You should use both Grid Snap and Polar Snap simultaneously.
FALSE
If you are setting up a drawing for metric units or decimal units, set the Units format to ____.

a. Decimal
b. Engineering
c. Scientific
d. Metric
a. Decimal
If you are setting up a drawing to display explicit feet and inches, you can set the Units format to ____.

a. Architectural or Scientific
b. Scientific or Engineering
c. Architectural or Engineering
d. Fractional or Architectural
c. Architectural or Engineering
To enter explicit feet and inches at the keyboard, first make the desired Units setting, then use the ____ letter/symbol for feet and the ____ letter/symbol for inches.

a. f, i
b. " (quote), ' (apostrophe)
c. ' (apostrophe), “(quote)
d. “(quote), nothing (no symbol needed)
c. ' (apostrophe), “(quote)
After changing the Limits setting, you should immediately ____.
a. Save
b. Zoom All
c. turn off Grid
d. set Units
b. Zoom All
If you are planning to plot the drawing to a scale, the Limits should be set to a proportion of the ____.

a. drawing geometry
b. sheet size used for plotting
c. screen size
d. Units setting
b. sheet size used for plotting
The ON or OFF and the F9 key toggles ____.

a. GRID
b. ORTHO
c. SNAP
d. HELP
c. SNAP
If you select Start from Scratch, Imperial (feet and inches) when you start a new drawing, the ____ settings are the same as in the ACAD.DWT template drawing.

a. Units and Limits
b. Snap and Grid
c. Units and Snap
d. all of the above
d. all of the above
____ forces the cursor movement to regular distance increments relative to an established point (such as the “first point” of a Line), whereas ____ forces the cursor movement to regular angular increments.

a. Grid Snap, Polar Snap
b. Polar Snap, Polar Tracking
c. Polar Tracking, Polar Snap
d. Grid Snap, Grid Tracking
b. Polar Snap, Polar Tracking
As a general rule, you should first create the drawing geometry in ____, then switch to ____ and ____.

a. a Layout tab, the Model tab, create a viewport to look into paper space.
b. the Model tab, a Layout tab, create a viewport to look into paper space.
c. a Layout tab, the Model tab, create a viewport to look into model space.
d. the Model tab, a Layout tab, create a viewport to look into model space.
d. the Model tab, a Layout tab, create a viewport to look into model space.
____ and ____ can be set independently of each other.
a. Grid Snap, GRID
b. Grid Snap, Polar Snap
c. Polar Snap, GRID
d. all of the above
d. all of the above