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Your friend just bought a car that uses both an internal-combustion engine and an electric motor. This car is powered by a _____engine.
hybrid
Snow white and the seven dwarfs was the first full length movie to use _____ animation.
cell
A truck driving down a road is an example of a _____ load.
dynamic
An example of an external-combustion engine would be a _____ engine.
steam
Humans beings continue to develop new and improved _____ to satisfy their wants and needs.
technology
A spinning airfoil helps to move the wings of an airplane through the air so they can create lift. This airfoil is better known as a _______.
propeller
The system with X, Y, and Z axes that lets you plot points on a drawing is called the ______ system.
cartesian coordinate
A beam is an example of a horizontal structural member. A column is an example of a ____ structural member.
vertical
A jet aircraft creates thrust from the reactin of ____ being sucked into the engine, which is then compressed, heated, and ejected.
air
A boulder is rolling down a hiill. The energy in this moving boulder is called _____ energy.
kinetic
Today three of every four homes reeive TV signals by either ____ or satelliet.
cable
The internet was started in what decade?
1960's
In terms of technology, we are often said to be livin in the _______ age.
information
Most schools have an acceptable use ______ concerning internet at the school
policy
A boulder sits on top of a hill. The energy "stored" in the boulder is ______ energy.
potential
To get access to the internet, most bpeople pay a monthly fee to an _________.
internet service provider
Video information is normally recorded in analog form. It must be converted to ______ form before it can be used on a CD or DVD.
digital
When you twist a stick in your hands you are using the force called ________.
torsion
Most schools have a ______ on the world wide web with class and activity information.
website
A push or a pull that transfers energy is called ______.
force
The last step for making a computer-animated image.
rendering
Adding color and texture to a computer animation.
shading
Sketches used as a guide to make a film or video.
storyboard
simple animation device.
flipbook
Basic computer-modeling shapes such as balls or cubes?
dialogue
model animation that uses soft, formed figures?
claymation
the first or last frame of an action sequence?
keyframe
creating the illusion that still images are moving?
animation
Communication technology that controls manufacturing process?
CIM
An orderly way of achieving a technological goal?
system
Example of construction technology
building a foundation
example of transportation technology
railroads
The process of giving or receiving information?
communication
electronic messages sent over the internet
e mail
text that provides quick links to another web page?
hypertext
translates signals between computer and telephone or cable lines
modem
the part of a web address that tells where information is from?
domain
supernetwork of computer networks that reaches around the world?
internet
Another name for the sound we hear on a TV broadcast?
audio
another name for the picture we see on a TV broadcast?
video
a combination of several forms of communication
multimidea
provides links to other parts of a multimedia program
hypermedia
The upward force a fluid puts on an object that is placed in it
buoyancy
the process of moving people and things from place to place?
transportation
vessel with an underwater wing that lifts the hull out of the water?
hydrofoil
the separate operations a gasoline engine uses to create energy?
four-stroke cycle
any water vehicle that transports people and products
vessel
TRAINS THAT FLOAT ABOVE GUIDEWAYS, PROPELLED BY MAGNETIC FEILDS
MAGLEV
type of water vessel that carries cargoes of liquid products
tanker
the bottom part of a vessel that floats in the water
hull
the standard unit of measure for the volume of sound
decibel
engine that creates power by burning fuel inside the engine
gasoline piston engine
push or pull forces acting upon a structural material
external forces
drawings that show the builder how to build a structer
plans
the push or pull that transfers energy to an object
force
materials with built in sensors to warn of unsafe conditions
smart materials
government rules on how structures must be built
buidling codes
written detaisl about materials and other project related concerns
specifications
includes everything supported by the foundation walls
superstrcuter
push or pull forces acting within a structural materal
internal forces
made by joining parts to meet a certain need or perform a task
structures
the part of a structure thats in contact with the ground
foundation
an external force on an object that can be static or dynamic
load
parts of a building that are connected together to make the frame
structural members
CAD command to connect points
line
CAD command to create curves
arc
axes in a 3D coordinate drawing
X,Y,Z
used to print most CAD drawings
plotter
temporary computer memory that CAD uses
RAM
drafting done on a computer
CAD
the property of matter that keeps a moving object moving
inertia
the upward force that helps overcome gravity during flight
lift
flaps that change the shape of an aircraft's wing to increase or decrease lift
ailerons
a push and pull that transfers energy to an object
force
constant force that pulls objects toward the center of the earth
gravity
a shape designed to speed up air passing over its top surface
airfoil
the force that brings moving objects to a state of rest
friction
force of fluid friction that causes moving objects to slow down
drag
the forward force that helps to overcome friction during flight
thrust
cause of the resistance an object meets as it moves through the air
fluid friciton
flaps on the tail of an airplane that help the aircraft climb and drive
elevators
study of the forces of air on an object moving through air
aerodynamics
presenting material in printed form
publishing
software program that combines text and graphics
page layout program
the use of a personal computer to produce documents
desktop publishing
very common product of desktop publishing
newsletters
greatly increases the cost of printing
colored ink
software that can crop photographs
image editing program
You are piloting an airplane and want to climb to a higher altitude. The flaps on the tail that help an aircraft climb are the
A. Elevators
B. Ailerons
C. Rudders
D. Propellers
A. Elevators
In a computer animated film, the lighting of scenes is provided by
A. lights in the film studio
B. the computer software
C. natural light from outside
D. the color of the background
B. the computer software
If a video game is a system, each press of a button is
A. Output
B. Gasoline
C. input
D. process
C. input
The invention of the ____ engine changed marine transport and made railroading possible on a weide scale.
A. Diesel
B. Gasoline
C. Steam
D. Electric
C. Steam
a finished car that comes off the assembly line is the _____ of a system.
A. Output
B. Input
C. Feedback
D. Process
A. Output
The first animated cartoons used ______ animation to create the cells.
A. Hand drawn
B. multi dimensional
C. model
d. computer
A. hand drawn
You are piloting an aiplane. Which part of it would you use to make the nose turn to the left?
A. Elevator
B. aileron
C. rudder
d. propeller
C. Rudder
Which of these states that a fast-moving fluid exerts less pressure than a slow moving fluid?
A. Bernoulli effect
B. Newton's law
C. Lindberg principle
D. Terrell's hypothesis
A. Bernoulli effect
A ____ explains a secne's visuals, coicing, and lighting.
A. cell animation
B. Primitive
C. Storyboard.
D,. Keyframe
C. Storyboard
You read in the news that a group of scientists have used the internet to share data to find a cure for a disease. The data they shared is a ____ resource.
A. time
B. Capital
C. energy
D. information
D. Information
A city's _____ regulate where various kinds of structures can be built in the city.
A. zoning laws
B. Builiding inspectors
C. planning committees
D. building permits
A. Zoning Laws
A static load
A. moves or changes
B. is an internal force on an object.
C. moves or changes rapidly
D. changes slowly or not at all
D. changes slowly or not at all
Which of these is not true of CAD when compared to hand drawn drafting?
A. Darwing things are neater
B. the process is faster.
C. poor designs become good designs
D. drawings can be more accurate
C. poor desings become good designs
Which of these are examples of on-site transport systems?
A. elevators and escaladors
B. automobiles and tractor-trailers
C. steam and electirc locomotives
D. container and utility vessels
A. Elevators and escaladors
In cell animation, each drawin is ____ the next.
A. very slightly differnt from
B. a complete movement ahead of
C. a complete movement behind of
D. Exactly like or identical to
A. very slightly different from