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## Chapter 5 Review Chapter 6 Multiview

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**Chapter 5 ReviewChapter 6 Multiview**Get out your books Open up to Chapter 5**Vocabulary**• Geometry • Geometric Construction • Vertex • Bisect • Perpendicular • Parallel • Polygon • Inscribe • Circumscribe • Regular Polygon • Ellipse Chapter 5**Geometry for Drafting**5 • Chapter Objectives • Identify geometric shapes and constructions used by drafters. • Construct various geometric shapes. • Solve technical and mathematical problems through geometric constructions using drafting instruments. • Solve technical and mathematical problems through geometric constructions using a CAD system. • Use geometry to reduce or enlarge a drawing or to change its proportions.**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-2**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-3**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-4**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-5**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-6**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-7**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-8**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-9**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-10**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-11**Constructing a perpendicular to a given line through a point**is not one the given line. METHOD 4 Applied Geometry for Board Drafting Figure 5-12**Using a compass to construct a line parallel to a given line**through a given point. METHOD 1 Applied Geometry for Board Drafting Figure 5-13**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Using a compass to construct a line parallel to a given line through a given point. METHOD 2 Figure 5-14**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Using a compass to construct a line parallel to a given line through a given point. METHOD 3 Figure 5-15**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Copy an Angle Figure 5-16**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Constructing an isosceles triangle. METHOD 1 Figure 5-17**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Constructing an equilateral triangle. METHOD 2 Figure 5-18**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Constructing a right triangle given the length of two sides. METHOD 3 Figure 5-19**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Constructing a right triangle given the length of one side and the length of the hypotenuse. METHOD 4 Figure 5-20**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Constructing an triangle. METHOD 5 Figure 5-21**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Constructing a circle given three points that lie on the circle. METHOD 1 Figure 5-22**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Constructing a line tangent to a circle through a given point on the circle. METHOD 1 Figure 5-23**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Constructing a line tangent to a circle through a given point on the circle. METHOD 2 Figure 5-24**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Constructing a line tangent to a circle through a given point outside the circle. METHOD 3 Figure 5-25**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Constructing an exterior common tangent to two circles of unequal radii. METHOD 4 Figure 5-26**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Constructing an exterior common tangent to two circles of unequal radii. METHOD 4 Figure 5-27**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-28 • Constructing an arc tangent to two straight lines at an acute angle, an obtuse angle, and a right angle.**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-29 • Constructing an arc tangent to two given arcs.**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Constructing an arch tangent to line and an arc. Figure 5-30**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Constructing a square given the length of a side. Figure 5-31**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting • Constructing a square inscribed with in a circle. Figure 5-32**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-33**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-34**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-35**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-36**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-37**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-38**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-39**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-40**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-41**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-42**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-43**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-44**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-45**Applied Geometry for Board**Drafting Figure 5-46**Multiview Drawing**• Chapter Objectives • Explain orthographic projection. • Describe first- and third-angle projection. • Determine the number of views needed to describe fully the shape and size of an object. • Locate multiple views on a drawing. • Create the various views of an object. • Develop a multiview drawing using board drafting. • Develop a multiview drawing using CAD. • Explain the advantages of using solid models in CAD.