A Myriad of AutoCAD! by CADLearning | Jun 17, 2021 So you think you know AutoCAD? Prove it! Answer these 10 questions, and you’ll be the Biggest Brain in The Blast! Username 1. What, precisely, does the Select Similar tool select?all objects on the same layer as a selected objectall objects with the same linetype as a selected objectall objects of the same type and whose properties match a selected objectall objects except those matching a selected object2. How do you alternate between the Trim command and the Extend command?use the shortcut menuclick with the left mouse button when doneright-click or press ENTER on the keyboardpress and hold the SHIFT key3. Before you can draw new geometry on an existing Layer, you must first do what?turn the Layer onset the Layer Currentthaw all Frozen Layersunlock the Layer4. The example in the image shows how the center of a circle can be located using which of the following? an Object Snap Track by Centera Two-Point Object Snap Track by Midpointsan Object Snap Track from one point with Polar Anglesan Object Snap Track from two points with Polar Angles5. Polylines are considered to be complex objects because of their unique properties. Which of the following statements regarding polyline properties is FALSE?A polyline consists of multiple segments unified as a single object.Polylines are created on their own layer.Polylines have their own Edit command.Polylines can be made of lines and/or arcs with varying widths.6. TRUE or FALSE: Exploding a block reduces the instance of the block back into its individual components.TRUEFALSE7. When you click the arrow adjacent to the Polar Tracking tool on the Status bar, a list of numbers appears. What are these numbers?Additional Polar Angle SettingsPolar Tracking incrementsdefault Polar Angle measurementsPolar Angle Settings8. What is the name of the interface component indicated by number “3” in the image?Status barFile tabsNavigation barInfoCenter toolbar9. TRUE or FALSE: The Undo and Redo tools on the multiline text editor contextual ribbon have the same effect as the Undo and Redo tools on the Quick Access Toolbar.TRUEFALSE10. What is the resulting behavior of a layer when you set its Layer State to No Plot?The layer can NOT be seen in the drawing and will NOT print.The layer CAN be seen in the drawing but will NOT print.The layer will NOT print ONLY in the current viewport.The layer will NOT print in the ACTIVE viewport.11 out of 10Time is Up!