# 3.E: Self Test 3

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- 3239

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- Scale rulers are available in both imperial and metric.
- True
- False

- Which scale ruler would be most likely to have a ¼" to 1' scale on it?
- Metric scale ruler
- Architect’s scale ruler
- Civil engineer’s scale ruler
- Mechanical engineer’s scale ruler

- How many scale ratios per edge do metric scale rulers have?
- 1
- 2
- 3
- 4

- What is the best way to get exact dimensions from a drawing?
- Measure using a tape measure.
- Exact dimensions aren’t important.
- Scale it with your combination square.
- Use the dimension written between the dimension lines.

- If a line measures 4½", what is the equivalent in 1/4"=1' scale?
- 9"
- 18'
- 9'
- 18"

- If a line measures 63/8", what is the equivalent in 1/8" = 1' scale?
- 27"
- 48'
- 4'3"
- 51'

- What is the measurement of the line below?
- 68'
- 6'3"
- 80'
- 12'6"

- What is the measurement of the line below?
- 1'3"
- 1'6"
- 27'3"
- 27'6"

- What is the measurement of the line below?
- 16'2"
- 16'4"
- 16'6"
- 16'9"

- What is the measurement of the line below?
- 3'4"
- 3'7"
- 9'4"
- 13'7"

- What is the measurement of the line below?
- 35 mm
- 3.5 m
- 35 m
- 350 m

- What is the measurement of the line below?
- 0.19 m
- 1.9 m
- 19 m
- 190 m

- What is the measurement of the piping run below in 1/2"=1' scale?
- 8'6"
- 10'6"
- 17'
- 34'