### MCQs of Mathematical Representation of Solids

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1.
In the following geometric modeling techniques which is not a three dimensional modeling?
 (a) Wireframe modeling (b) Drafting (c) Surface modeling (d) Solid modeling
2.

In the following three-dimensional modeling techniques, which do not require much computer time and memory?

 (a) Wireframe modeling (b) Solid modeling (c) Surface modeling (d) Drafting
3.
B-rep and C-Rep are the methods of ___________ .
 (a) solid modeling (b) surface modeling (c) wireframe modeling (d) 2D modeling
4.
From the following, which modeler defines model without mass properties?
 (a) Wireframe (b) Primitive (c) B-rep (d) CSG
5.
The model which is created by using basic entities of two dimensioning is called ___________ .
 (a) surface model (b) wireframe model (c) solid model (d) isometric model
6.
What is the basic part of the surface model on which the surface is to be drawn?
 (a) Ruled (b) Ruler (c) Size (d) Mesh
7.

A cylinder can be created by drawing a rectangular shape using the ________ tool.

 (a) revolve (b) sweep (c) extrude (d) blend
8.
The time required to retrieve, edit or update is less for __________ .
 (a) wireframe modeling (b) solid modeling (c) surface modeling (d) can't say
9.
__________can also serve as a means of geometric input for finite element analysis.
 (a) Surface model (b) Solid model (c) Wireframe model (d) 2D drafting
10.

Which kind of model can store information about geometry and topology both?

 (a) Solid model (b) Surface model (c) Wireframe model (d) none of the mentioned
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