# Thread: I may not be right...

1. ## I may not be right...

in the head. I like these kind of tests...

http://www.ubatc.edu/course-d/intro-..._line_prob.pdf

Took me 3 minutes to solve all. Anyone else want to give it a try?

2. I've always liked those as well.

3. those of us that have had some drafting in school of some sort are more aware of what isnt there than those who dont draw..

4. Maybe I'm just as dumb as dirt but, is the line from 'Directions', "Find the missing lines", referring to the P.O.V.{Point of View}?
As in...find the "front' view of this example?

Or should I just refer back to my opening thought

5. I took one look at those and immediately went cross-eyed...

6. Originally Posted by Ken Cook
Maybe I'm just as dumb as dirt but, is the line from 'Directions', "Find the missing lines", referring to the P.O.V.{Point of View}?
As in...find the "front' view of this example?

Or should I just refer back to my opening thought
There should be a horizontal hidden line about half way up on the 'Back' drawing. They tried to get you to draw a solid line instead of a hidden line. They were trying to trick you on that one.

7. Originally Posted by Darren Wright
...They were trying to trick you on that one.
Add to that... confusing myself with the questioning =
Thanks Darren!

8. it's just to late in the day and to many hours in the spray booth for my brain to work on these LOL

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Originally Posted by Darren Wright
There should be a horizontal hidden line about half way up on the 'Back' drawing. They tried to get you to draw a solid line instead of a hidden line. They were trying to trick you on that one.
Technically, a back view can't be solved in this problem because the projections from the top and side indicate a front view, not the back.

Ike

10. Originally Posted by Wayne Eikenberry
Technically, a back view can't be solved in this problem because the projections from the top and side indicate a front view, not the back.

Ike
My fault...I was jumping to conclusions trying to understand what they were requesting. I thought that was a 'back' view and they wanted a 'front' view

Assuming{} the back was flat as I envisioned, would this be considered correct.. With the back view showing a 'hidden/dashed' line & the front a solid line?

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