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-===== Autodesk Inventor 2015 Certified User ===== 
-  - [[http://​help.autodesk.com/​view/​INVNTOR/​2015/​ENU/?​guid=GUID-AA42BC7E-E2FC-4E73-8EE1-FD3D5E6AC536|Shrinkwrap Style]] icon question 
-    - simplify an assembly 
-  - [[http://​help.autodesk.com/​view/​INVNTOR/​2015/​ENU/?​guid=GUID-09F5959D-5DDE-4C6B-BE58-77B480CB0E2D|Bill of Materials (BOM)]] 
-    - Manage > Bill of Materials 
-    -  Renumber to renumber rows according to the new order 
-    - can only be done assemblies and drawings, cannot do a bill of materials on parts and presentations 
-  - Design Accelerator - bolted connections 
-  - Assembly Joints (rigid, rotational, slider, cylindrical) 
-  - Create a solid from surfaces (faces or quilt) and thicken 
-  - Create a level of detail - know how to suppress components with component selection tools 
-    - Quick Access toolbar > Select > Component Size with At Least 35% 
-    - then suppress that selection set 
-  - [[http://​help.autodesk.com/​view/​INVNTOR/​2015/​ENU/?​guid=GUID-C5774ABC-534D-48E4-87FB-6EDCC6F5413D|Project Files]] - can set Workspace, Libraries, and Frequently used subfolders 
-    - Getting Started tab > Launch panel > Projects 
-    - Projects are used to organize files and to maintain links between files 
-    - A project file is a text file with an .ipj extension. The file specifies the paths to the files in the project. To assure that links between files work properly, add the locations for all files to the project file before working on model files. 
-    - frequently used subfolders (open and save) 
-    - By default, projects use relative paths. In projects, a path is relative to the location of the project file (.ipj), which is located in either the workgroup or workspace. 
-    - [[http://​www.gisengineerin.us/​secure/​pdf/​autodesk/​AU2014/​handout_5121_MD5121_Inventor_Cert_Prep.pdf|Show Your Strength with Inventor 2015 Certification Prep Class]] 
-    - [[http://​help.autodesk.com/​view/​INVNTOR/​2015/​ENU/?​guid=GUID-652B8040-0872-4B1C-822F-33400D9052B1|Part Templates]] - a part file becomes a template when you save it in the Templates folder. For example, if you have a part file that contains settings, properties, or other elements you want to use for other parts, save a copy of it in the **UsersPublicDocumentsAutodeskInventor 2015Templates**. What to include in the part template (1-size of origin work planes to accommodate average size of parts you create, 2-set and define the default material, 3-specific materials and appearances) 
-  - Sketch using Relax Mode (located in the status bar) Relax Mode allows you to modify geometry and apply new constraints to geometry that is already constrained. With Relax Mode ON: •Dragging geometry will remove conflicting constraints. •Dimensions become Driven while dragging. With Relax Mode OFF, dragging geometry will not remove existing constraints and dimensions. 
- 
-===== The Autodesk Inventor 7 Certification Exam Preparation Manual by Daniel T. Banach and Travis Jones ===== 
-==== Chapter 2 Pretest - Problems 1-25 ==== 
-* Practice Files are found at //​S:​\CADD\Textbook\AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach\ExamFiles//​ 
- 
-===Problem 01 - How many workspaces are defined in the default project?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​0</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​1</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​20</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Unlimited</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-  * "Note: Projects use relative paths rather than absolute paths when the project locations such as the workspace, workgroup, or libraries are in a subfolder of the folder that contains the project file." [[http://​help.autodesk.com/​cloudhelp/​2015/​ENU/​Inventor-Help/​files/​GUID-D61986FC-C7E9-4AC0-8132-2B818FFF9786.htm|Autodesk Inventor 2015 Help]] 
-  * "When you install Autodesk Inventor, it installs a '​Default'​ project automatically. If you do not create a project or specify a different project when you start working in Inventor, the default project is automatically active. The default project does not define an editable location. However, you can use it to create designs immediately,​ and save files anywhere without regard to projects and file management. Your files are saved to the default project. Generally, you use the default project for experimentation only, not actual design work. You cannot delete the Default project."​ Autodesk Inventor 2015 Help - [[http://​help.autodesk.com/​cloudhelp/​2015/​ENU/​Inventor-Help/​files/​GUID-081D84B0-8D33-4202-97F6-B47893E12719.htm|Projects for organizing design data]] 
-  * "The project file (.ipj) is stored in the workspace."​ [[http://​help.autodesk.com/​cloudhelp/​2015/​ENU/​Inventor-Help/​files/​GUID-D61986FC-C7E9-4AC0-8132-2B818FFF9786.htm|Autodesk Inventor 2015 Help]] 
-  * "You use a separate project file for each project, and locate the files specific to that project in the workspace folder, including the project file. Then you can copy the entire project folder back and forth between your local disk and the shared server. If you have sufficient space, you can also copy the necessary or frequently used libraries to your computer. Use Pack and Go to create a local copy of the libraries that contain only the library files referenced from your project."​ 
-  * [[http://​knowledge.autodesk.com/​search-result/​caas/​CloudHelp/​cloudhelp/​2015/​ENU/​Inventor-Tutorial/​files/​GUID-637C152B-62DC-45D4-ADBB-9F22A0140EDA-htm.html|Understand Workspaces]] - "Only one workspace can be defined in a single-user project"​ 
- 
-===Problem 02 - If needed, what is recommended to be added to the default project?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Libraries</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Local search paths</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Workgroup</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Workspace</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
-[[http://​knowledge.autodesk.com/​search-result/​caas/​CloudHelp/​cloudhelp/​2015/​ENU/​Inventor-Tutorial/​files/​GUID-D065FD07-D654-4AB0-9069-B7C85C9E2BAE-htm.html|Understand Projects]] all projects contain 1) workspace location, 2) styles folder, 3) templates folder, 4) location for content center components, 5) project options. Projects can also contain 6) included project file, 7) library search paths and 8) frequently used subfolders. 
- 
-===Problem 03 - What could cause the Resolve Link dialog box to appear?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​The file has been moved to a path that is not defined in the project</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Network problems</​li>​ 
-  <li>A file has been moved from one library to another</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​All of the above</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-<ul> 
-<​li>"​If the file cannot be located, the Resolve Link dialog box appears...then you can manually locate the file or skip the file" (Autodesk Inventor 6 Essentials with Autodesk Inventor 7 Update by Banach, p. 7)</​li>​ 
-</ul> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 04 - What is the MAXIMUM number of fix constraints that can be applied to a sketch?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​1</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​2</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​3</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Unlimited</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-<ul> 
-<​li>"​Applying a fixed point or points will prevent the endpoints or edges of objects from moving. The fixed point overrides any other constraint. Any endpoint or segment of a line, arc, circle, spline segment, or ellipse can be fixed. Multiple points in a sketch can be fixed. If you select near the endpoint of an object, the endpoint will be locked from moving. If you select near the midpoint of a segment the entire segment will be locked from moving in directions that are undesirable,​ you can apply Fix constraints to hold the endpoints of the objects in place. You can remove a fix constraint as needed. Deleting constraints will be covered later in this chapter."​ (Autodesk Inventor 6 Essentials with Autodesk Inventor 7 Update by Banach, p. 67)</​li>​ 
-</ul> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 05 - How do you prevent geometric constraints from automatically being applied while sketching?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Hold down the ALT key while sketching</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Hold down the CTRL key while sketching</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Hold down the DELETE key while sketching</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Hold donw the ALT and CTRL keys while sketching</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-<ul> 
-<​li>"​Automatic Constraints. While sketching, small constraint symbols appear that represent geometric constraint(s) that will be applied to the object. If you do not want a constraint to be applied, hold down the **CTRL** key when the point is selected."​ (Autodesk Inventor 6 Essentials with Autodesk Inventor 7 Update by Banach, p. 52)</​li>​ 
-</ul> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 06 - Start a new part file based on the //Standard (mm).ipt// template file. Sketch the geometry and add the dimension as shown. The arc should not be tangent to the lines. What is the area of the sketch in square millimeters?​=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-1p25.png|Problem 6 - Figure 2-1, p. 25}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​429.352 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​429.353 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​429.354 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​429.355 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​prob06p59solution.gif|Problem 6 Solution, p. 59}} 
- 
-===Problem 07 - Start a new part file based on the //Standard (mm).ipt// template file. Sketch the geometry and add the dimension as shown. The outside rectangle is evenly spaced around the inside rectangle and both fillets have the same radius. What is the accumulated loop distance of the inside and outside geometry?​=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-2p25.png|Problem 7 - Figure 2-2, p. 25}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​393.133 mm</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​393.134 mm</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​393.135 mm</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​393.136 mm</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​prob07p59solution.gif|Problem 7 Solution, p. 59-60}}</​li>​ 
- 
- 
-===Problem 08 - Which extents direction and termination options are required to create the cylindrical extruded surface from the circular sketch shown in the following image?=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-3p26.png|Problem 8 - Figure 2-3, p. 26}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​All and Midplane</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​To and Select Surface</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​To Next and Terminator</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​From To and Select Start Surface / Select End Surfaces</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​prob08p60solution.png|Problem 8 solution, p. 61}} 
- 
-===Problem 09 - How can you delete the base feature from a part while retaining the remaining dependent features?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Delete the base feature, which always deletes dependent features. Model the part again.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Clear the check box next to <​i>​dependant sketches and features</​i>​ in the Delete Features dialog box</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click in the Browser on the features you wish to keep, select Lock Feature and delete the base feature.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Highlight the desired feature using the mouse, and hold down the ALT key while pressing the DELETE key on the keyboard.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 10 - In the error message dialog box shown, what does the red plus symbol activate?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​It cancels the active tool</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The Design Assistant</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Design Doctor/​Recover tool</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Quick Fix tool</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-<ul> 
-<​li>"​If,​ after updating the part, the Browser turns red, it is an alert that the new values or settings were not successfully regenerated. You MUST click the Stnadard toolbar until the part reappears correctly. You can then edit and enter new values or select different settings."​ (Autodesk Inventor 6 Essentials with Autodesk Inventor 7 Update by Banach, p. 109)</​li>​ 
-</ul> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 11 - What is the mass in kilograms of the resulting solid body?=== 
-  * Download and extract/​unzip [[http://​jefferyjjensen.com/​secure/​pdf/​Inventor/​AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach/​ExamFiles.zip|04_01.ipt in ExamFiles.zip]] 
-  * Then open in Autodesk Inventor. 
-  * Create three fillet features using the following steps: 
-<​html>​ 
-<ul> 
-<​li>​Step 1: Create a 3 mm fillet on the two edges as indicated.</​li>​ 
-<​li>​Step 2: Create a 2 mm fillet along the eight indicated edges with 7 mm setbacks on the four vertices.</​li>​ 
-<​li>​Step 3: Add a 1.5 mm fillet on the edge of the hole as indicated.</​li>​ 
-<​li>​What is the mass in kilograms of the resulting solid body?</​li>​ 
-</ul> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-4p27.png|Problem 11 - Figure 2-4, p. 27}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​0.055 kg</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​0.056 kg</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​0.057 kg</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​0.058 kg</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​filletsetbacks.gif|Problem 11 Solution - Figure 2-4, p. 27}} 
- 
-===Problem 12 - Which option-available after selecting the More button in the Chamfer dialog box-removes the least amount of material and most closely simulates the standard milling process?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Edge Chain - All tangentially connected edges</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Edge Chain - Single edge</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Setback - Setback</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Setback - No Setback</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 13 - How many types of holes can you create in Autodesk Inventor?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​2</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​3</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​4</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​5</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 14 - What is the name of the default installation folder that contains the spreadsheet thread data file Thread.xls?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Design Data</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Thread Data</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Templates</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Textures</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-<ul> 
-<​li>"​There are two tabs in the Thread Feature dialog-each is described below. The thread data comes from an Excel spreadsheet named Thread.xls. By default, the spreadsheet is located in the Program FilesAutodeskInventor<​version>​Design Data directory. This spreadsheet can be modified to match your company'​s standards. The thread data is used to display the thread on the part and when the thread is annotated in a drawing view. The thread data is not associative to the threads on existing parts. When changes are made to the spreadsheet,​ the new values are only used when new threads area created. If a dimensional change is made to the diameter of the cylinders where a thread has been placed, a warning dialog box is displayed when the part is updated. The dialog box notifies you that an inappropriate thread size is used. Accept the warning message and then modify the thread feature to a size that fits the corresponding diameter."​ (Autodesk Inventor 6 Essentials with Autodesk Inventor 7 Update by Banach, p. 139) 
-<​li>​Default installation folder for the Thread.xls is found in //​C:​\Users\Public\Documents\Autodesk\Inventor 2014\Design Data\XLSen-USThread.xls//</​li>​ 
-</ul> 
-</​html>​ 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​prob14p28.png|Application Options for Problem 14, p. 27}} 
- 
-===Problem 15 - Which area of the Shell dialog box would you use to apply a unique face thickness to a part that you want to shell?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Create multiple shell features to generate unique face thickness values.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Thickness edit box - Add multiple thickness values.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​More button - Select multiple faces and enter multiple thickness values.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​More tab - Select multiple faces and enter multiple thickness values.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 16 - Which menu item enables you to globally change work-feature visibility?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Format > Work Feature Visibilit</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Tools > Object Visibility</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​View > Work Features</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​View > Object Visibility</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​prob16p64solution.gif|Problem 16 solution, p. 64}} 
- 
-===Problem 17 - Where would you select on the 3D move/rotate triad if you wanted to rotate the triad around a selected axis?=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-17p29.png|Problem 17 - Figure 2-5, p. 28}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Leg</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Arrowhead</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Plane</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Origin</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 18 - Which sketch helps to define the base feature contained in Rectangular Pattern1?​=== 
-* {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-18p29.png|Problem 18 - Figure 2-6, p. 29}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Sketch1</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Sketch2</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Sketch3</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Sketch4</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 19 - By default, the information in the title block is automatically filled in from the properties of what file?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Assembly</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Drawing</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Part</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Presentation</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 20 - You want to override the dimension style setting on a single dimension so that it appears as a reference dimension for the dimension of 50 shown below. How would you override the dimension style for this value?=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-20p30.png|Problem 20 - Figure 2-7, p. 30}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Modify the dimension style that the dimension references.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click the dimension and select Options.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click the dimension and select Text.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click the dimension and select Tolerance.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 21 - How many base views can be created in a drawing?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Unlimited</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​One base view per type of Autodesk Inventor file</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​One</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Unlimited,​ but you must reference the same type of files for each drawing (all assemblies, all pars, etc.)</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 22 - You have created a base view and orthographically projected a right and top view from it. You want to move the right view so that it is not aligned with the base. How would you move the view?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click the view and select In Position from the Alignment menu</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Click and drag the view - it can be moved to any position on the sheet.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click the view and select Break from the Alignment menu.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click the view and select Move View.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 23 - Which of the following statements is correct?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Reference dimensions can only be applied by using the Reference Dimension tool in the Panel Bar.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​To change the value of a drawing reference dimension, the modification must take place in the ipt file.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Reference dimensions are non-parametric and will not update if the .ipt changes.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Edit Model Dimension modifies all dimensions types.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 24 - You have annotated a drawing view using the available centerline tools. What happens to the centerlines if the referenced geometry is changed or moved?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​The locations of the centerlines are not updated until you select the Update tool.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The centerlines maintain their original position and must be recreated.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The centerlines are automatically updated to reflect the change.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​You must refresh the drawing view by activating one of the view tools to update the display of the centerlines.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 25 - Which feature type is not available in the Apply To menu in the Automated Centerlines dialog box?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Bend features</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Punched features</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Revolved circular patterns</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Swept features</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-==== Chapter 2 Pretest - Problems 26-50 ==== 
- 
-===Problem 26 - When creating a hole or thread note in a drawing, which of the following conditions must NOT be met?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <li>A hole feature must exist in the model that will be annotated with the Hole/Thread Note tool.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​An extruded circle must exist in the model that will be annotated with the Hole/Thread Note tool.</​li>​ 
-  <li>A drawing view that shows the hole in a plan view must exist.</​li>​ 
-  <li>A thread feature must exist in the model that will be annotated with the Hole/Thread Note tool.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 27 - You have created all of your company'​s sheet formats, title blocks, borders, and sketched symbols in a single drawing file. You want to reuse these drawing resources for other files that you will create. What directory would you place the drawing file (assume a default installation of Autodesk Inventor)?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​...\Inventor 7\Templates</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​...\Inventor 7\Content</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​...\Inventor 7\Catalog</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​...\Inventor 7\Design Data</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 28 - Your documentation requires that you create a draft view on a sheet in your drawing. You want to utilize a grid and specify snap settings to help detail the draft view. Which sequence of menus would you use to set up a grid and snap spacing?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Tools > Document Settings > Drawing tab</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Tools > Application Options > Sketch tab</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Tools > Application Options > Drawing tab</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Tools > Document Settings > Sketch tab</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 29 - Download and extract/​unzip [[http://​jefferyjjensen.com/​secure/​pdf/​Inventor/​AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach/​ExamFiles.zip|Assembly Constraints.iam in ExamFiles.zip]],​ then open using Autodesk Inventor. Assemble the parts as shown in the image using mate, flush, insert and the angle assembly constraints. Do NOT move the //Assembly Constraints Base.ipt// part. What is the center of gravity of the constrained assembly?​=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-29p32.png|Problem 29 - Figure 2-8, p. 32}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <li>X = 6.558, Y = 17.446 and Z = 26.824</​li>​ 
-  <li>X = 6.559, Y = 17.446 and Z = 26.825</​li>​ 
-  <li>X = 6.560, Y = 17.446 and Z = 26.826</​li>​ 
-  <li>X = 6.561, Y = 17.446 and Z = 26.827</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​prob29p32.gif|Problem 29 Solution - Figure 2-8, p. 32}} 
- 
-===Problem 30 - Which assembly constraint would you use to specify the ratio between two turning gears?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Mate-face</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Rotation</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Tangency</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Transitional</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-<ul> 
-<​li>"​Use the rotation constraint to define a component that will rotate in relation to another component, by specifying a ratio for the rotation between the two components. Use this constraint for showing the relationship between gears and pulleys. Selecting the tops of the gear faces displays the rotation glyph in the following image. You may also have to change the solution type from Forward to Backward, depending on the desired results."​ (Autodesk Inventor 6 Essentials with Autodesk Inventor 7 Update by Banach, p. 233)</​li>​ 
-</ul> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 31 - How would you edit a conflicting assembly constraint?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Double-click on the conflicting constraint name in the Browser or right-click on the assembly constraint'​s name and select Recover from the menu.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Move the cursor over the part that contains the conflicting assembly constraint in the graphics window. Right-click and select Recover from the menu.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Change Autodesk Inventor'​s Select optionto Leaf Priority and then double-click on the part that has the conflicting assembly constraint in the graphics window.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​All of the above</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 32 - Which Autodesk Inventor option from the Options dialog box under the Assembly tab needs to be checked if you want an extrusion depth of one part to be adaptive to another part?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Adapt Feature option from under the In-Place Features From/To Extents (when possible) heading.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Mate Plane option from under the In-Place Features From/To Extents (when possible) heading.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Enable Associative Edge/Loop Geometry Projection During In-Place Modeling option under the Cross Part Geometry Projection heading.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Features are Initially Adaptive option under the Part Feature Adaptivity heading.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 33 - Download and extract/​unzip [[http://​jefferyjjensen.com/​secure/​pdf/​Inventor/​AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach/​ExamFiles.zip|Tube.ipt in ExamFiles.zip]],​ then open using Autodesk Inventor. What is the outside diameter of the tube in millimeters?​=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​prob33-measuretube.gif|Problem 33 Solution, p. 70}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​41.34 mm</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​41.35 mm</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​41.36 mm</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​41.37 mm</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 34 - Download and extract/​unzip [[http://​jefferyjjensen.com/​secure/​pdf/​Inventor/​AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach/​ExamFiles.zip|Reel Assembly.iam in ExamFiles.zip]],​ then open using Autodesk Inventor. What is the volume of the interference between the two components in cubic inches?=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​prob34-interference.gif|Problem 34 Solution, p. 70}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​0.011 in<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​0.012 in<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​0.013 in<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​0.014 in<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-<ul> 
-<​li>"​Once the sets are defined, click the OK button. The order in which the components are selected has no significance. If interference is found, the Interference Detected dialog box will appear, as shown in the following image. The information in the dialog box defines the X, Y, Z coordinates of the centroid of the interfering volume, and lists the volume of the interference. A temporary solid will also be created in the graphics window that represents the interference. The interference report can be copied to the clipboard or printed from the tools in the Interference Detected dialog box. When the operation is complete, click the OK button and the interfering solid will be removed from the screen. After analyzing and finding interference,​ edit the components to remove the interference. Note: Interference can also be detected when driving constraints."​ (Autodesk Inventor 6 Essentials with Autodesk Inventor 7 Update by Banach, p. 261-2)</​li>​ 
-</ul> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 35 - What are the lines called that show how the parts are exploded in a presentation file?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Centerlines</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Explosion lines</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Trails</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Tweaks</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-<ul> 
-<​li>"​Trails - lines that show how the parts are being exploded."​ (Autodesk Inventor 6 Essentials with Autodesk Inventor 7 Update by Banach, p. 265)</​li>​ 
-</ul> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 36 - In Autodesk Inventor, which option is NOT available when you tweak a component in a presentation view using the Tweak Component dialog box?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Edit the trails origin</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Hide a component</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Move a component</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Rotate a component</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 37 - The Balloon All tool performs what function?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Balloons all the parts in all views.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Balloons all the parts in a selected view.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Balloons all the parts in all the views that fit within a specified range.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Balloons all the parts in a selected view that fit within a specified range.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 38 - How do you split a parts list into multiple columns?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click on the parts list and select Edit Parts List from the menu. From the Edit Parts List dialog box, select the row after which the split will occur. Right-click and select Column Split from the menu.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​When creating a parts list, right-click and select Edit Parts List from the menu. Select the row after which the split will occur from the Edit Parts List dialog box. Right-click and select Column Split from the menu.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click on the row in the parts list where you want the split to occur and select Column Split.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​All of the above</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 39 - What would you do if you do NOT want to be able to select a part in an assembly?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Disable the part</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Ground the part</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Make the part adaptive</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Turn its visbility off</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 40 - Start a new part file based on the //Metric Standard (mm).ipt// template. Sketch the shape and a construction line and add dimensions as shown. Note, there should be three coincident constraints between the shape and the construction line. What is the area of the shape in square millimeters?​=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-9p35.png|Problem 40 - Figure 2-9, p. 35}} 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​prob40-area.gif|Problem 40 Solution, p. 72}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​362.68 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​362.69 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​362.70 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​362.71 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 41 - When editing a spline what can be done to a bowtie=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​You can apply geometrical constraints and dimensions.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​You can apply ONLY geometric constraints.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​You can apply ONLY dimensional constraints.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​You cannot assign any constraints or dimensions.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 42 - What does the symbol before both the sketch1 under the Origin folder and the Sketch1 below Extrusion1 mean?=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-10p35.png|Problem 42 - Figure 2-10, p. 35}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​It is a copied sketch.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​It is being edited.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​It is a shared sketch.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​It'​s a sketch in a derived part.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 43 - When creating a line that will be used for the line of symmetry in the Mirror tool what style can it NOT be?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Centerline</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Construction</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Normal</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Work axis</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-<ul> 
-<​li>"​When you need to create a symmetrical part, you can use the Mirror sketch tool and the symmetry constraint to reduce the number of constraints and dimensions that are required to fully constrain the sketch...The line of symmetry must be a single line but its style can be normal, construction,​ or centerline."​ (Autodesk Inventor 6 Essentials by Banach, p. 302)</​li>​ 
-</ul> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 44 - How do you reverse the direction of a slice graphics operation in a part environment?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click in the graphics window and select Reverse Slice Direction from the menu.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Rotate the model so the correct side will be sliced (the side of the model that faces you will be sliced away) and the graphics slice will update.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​In the graphics window right-click and select (uncheck) Slice Graphics from the menu. Then rotate the model so the correct side will be sliced (the side of the model that faces you will be sliced away) and then right-click and select Slice Graphics from the menu in the graphics window.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​All of the above.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 45 - Which of the following can be used to define a user parameter'​s name?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Spaces</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Mathematical symbols</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Special characters</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Alpha and numeric values</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-<ul> 
-<​li>"​The parameter name cannot include spaces, mathematical symbols, or special characters. These can be used to define the equation."​ (Autodesk Inventor 6 Essentials with Autodesk Inventor 7 Update by Banach, p. 321)</​li>​ 
-</ul> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 46 - Download and extract/​unzip [[http://​jefferyjjensen.com/​secure/​pdf/​Inventor/​AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach/​ExamFiles.zip|Tolerance.ipt in ExamFiles.zip]],​ then open using Autodesk Inventor. Change the tolerance of all the linear values to a maximum condition with a tolerance of 0.375 mm. What is the volume of the part in cubic millimeters?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​2.907E+005 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​2.908E+005 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​2.909E+005 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​2.910E+005 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 47 - When creating a rib, which of the following qualities can the profile NOT have?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Be a single open profile</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Consist of multiple-intersecting profiles</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Consist of multiple nonintersecting profiles</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​None of the above</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 48 - Start a new part file based on the //Standard (mm).ipt// template file. Sketch the path and profile and add the dimension as shown. The lines are perpendicular to each other. Sweep the profile along the path. What is the volume in cubic mm?=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-11p37.png|Problem 48 - Figure 2-11, p. 37}} 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​prob48-sweep.gif|Problem 48 Solution, p. 75}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​1.175E+003 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​1.176E+003 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​1.177E+003 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​1.178E+003 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 49 - Download and extract/​unzip [[http://​jefferyjjensen.com/​secure/​pdf/​Inventor/​AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach/​ExamFiles.zip|3D Path.ipt in ExamFiles.zip]],​ then open using Autodesk Inventor. Create a 3D path from the top outside edge. What is the total loop length of the resulting 3D path in millimeters?​=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-12p37.png|Problem 49 - Figure 2-12, p. 37}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​163.502 mm</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​163.503 mm</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​163.504 mm</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​163.505 mm</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​prob49p75.gif|Problem 49 Solution - Figure 3-12, p. 75}} 
- 
-===Problem 50 - When creating a coil and the preview shows the coil being created in the negative Z direction, how would you change the direction to the positive Z direction?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Click the Rotation button that is not depressed</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Click the Axis Flip button</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Draw the axis in the positive Z direction</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Change the number in the Revolution area under the Coil Size tab to a positive number</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-<ul> 
-<​li>"​Axis A straight line or work axis that defines the axis of revolution. It cannot intersect the profile. To reverse the coil direction, click the direction icon." (Inventor 2015 Help - [[http://​help.autodesk.com/​view/​INVNTOR/​2015/​ENU/?​guid=GUID-626EEF76-C80D-49B1-BFFF-FA49C4442B68|Coil Dialog Box]])</​li>​ 
-</ul> 
-</​html>​ 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​prob50p76.gif|Problem 50 Solution, p. 76}} 
-  ​ 
-==== Chapter 2 Pretest - Problems 51-75 ==== 
- 
-===Problem 51 - When creating a loft feature, what number would you use in the Weight condition area of the Loft dialog box to create an abrupt transition between sections?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​0</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​.25</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​.5</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​1</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 52 - What is the volume in cubic millimeters of the part=== 
-  * Download and extract/​unzip [[http://​jefferyjjensen.com/​secure/​pdf/​Inventor/​AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach/​ExamFiles.zip|Copy Feature.ipt in ExamFiles.zip]] 
-  * then open using Autodesk Inventor. Copy the feature named //Copy This Feature// and its dependants to the right face, as shown. What is the volume in cubic millimeters of the part after the copy operation? 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-13p38.png|Problem 52 - Figure 2-13, p. 38}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​9.970 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​9.971 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​9.972 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​9.973 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 53 - When a part's mass properties have been overridden in the Properties dialog box how do you get the value back to the default?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Delete the information in the text box area and click the Apply button in the Properties dialog box.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Delete the information in the text box area and click the Update button on the Standard toolbar</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click in the area and click Default Value from the menu.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click in the area and click Delete Override from the menu.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 54 - What does it mean when you open a part file and the surface is displayed with a pattern of question marks, as shown?=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-14p39.png|Problem 54 - Figure 2-14, p. 39}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​The Show Reflections and Textures option under Tools> Application Options> Color tab is not checked.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The part does NOT have a texture pattern applied</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The referenced texture pattern cannot be resolved</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The texture pattern is defined with a pattern of question marks</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 55 - What type of sketch geometry can be used to define a section line?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Splines</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Arcs</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Circles</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Line segments</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 56 - When creating a broken view and the number symbols is set to 3 (in the Broken View dialog box), which setting does the number of symbols affect?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Horizontal orientation</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Rectangular style</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Structural style</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Vertical orientation</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 57 - When creating a break-out view, two items must be defined. One is the depth of material to remove or the portion of component to remove. What is the second item?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​An open profile boundary over the area to break</​li>​ 
-  <li>A closed profile boundary over the area to break</​li>​ 
-  <li>A dimensional value that specifies the depth of the break</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The name of the component on which the break should terminate</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 58 - How would you display work features from a model in a drawing view when the view is created?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Select Show Work Features from the Component tab of the Drawing View dialog box.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select Show Work Features from the Options tab of the Drawing View dialog box.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select Show Work Features from the Drawing tab of the Document Settings dialog box</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select Show Work Features from the Drawing tab of the Options dialog box.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 59 - Complete the following statement. A draft view contains one or more associated ______.=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Imported DWG files</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Base views</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​3D parts</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​2D sketches</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 60 - You have a created a 5-sheet drawing set. Sheet 3 of the set is used for layout purposes and should not be included in the page count for the drawing set. How do you exclude the sheet from being included in the sheet count?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Select Document Settings from the Tools meny, select Exclude from count on the Drawing tab.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Right- click the sheet in the Browser, select Edit Sheet, and check the box to Exclude from counts</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click the sheet in the Browser, and select Exclude from count from the meny.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select Standards from the Format menu, select the Sheet tab, and then unselect the appropriate sheet from the count column.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 61 - After creating a new dimension style that contains dual-dimensions how do you specify that all new dimensions use that style?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Select Document Settings from the Tools meny, and then set the newly created style as the Active Dimenstion Style on the Drawing tab.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select Application Options from the Tools menu, and then set the newly created style as the Active Dimension Style on the Drawing tab.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select Standards from the Format menu, and then set the Actice Dimension Style tab to the newly created style.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Slect Dimensions Styles from the Format menu, and then set the ACtive Dimension Stlye to the newly created style.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 62 - After creating dimensions with the Auto-baseline Dimension tool, what is the purpose of Detach Member, which is accessed via a right-click on the dimension set?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​It removes the text from the arrowheads.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​It removes a dimension from the set.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​It deletes a single dimension from the set.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​It temporarily hides the dimension from the set.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 63 - What must exist in a drawing view before an ordinate dimension can be placed in the view?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​An ordinate dimension set must already exist.</​li>​ 
-  <li>A datum indicator must be defined</​li>​ 
-  <li>A vertical or horizontal direction must be defined.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​An origin indicator must be defined in the view.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 64 - After placing a hole table, you have added a hold to the part, what must be done to update the hole table?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click the table and select Refresh Fields.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Nothing... updates are automatic.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select the View menu and select Refresh.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select the Update button from the Standard toolbar.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 65 - How many revision symbol shapes are there to choose from?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​1</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​2</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​3</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​4</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 66 - How many design views can be saved in an assembly?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​0</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​1</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​2</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Unlimited</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 67 - How many times can a single iMate be used in an assembly?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​0</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​1</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​2</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Unlimited</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 68 - What is the name given to multiple iMates that are grouped into a single iMate definition?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Collection iMate</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Composite iMate</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Group iMate</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Infer iMate</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 69 - What happens when you are driving an assembly constraint and the Collision Detection option is turned on and collision is detected?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​The parts will return to their starting position.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The components involved in the collision will turn red.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The value of the constraints will be shown at the collision location.</​li>​ 
-  <li>A solid is created that shows the collision area.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 70 - Which of the following methods CAN be used to replace a component in an assembly with another component?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click in the Browser on the part that will be replaced and select Replace Component from the menu. In the Open dialog box, select the component that will replace the selected component.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​In the graphics window select the component that will be replaced, right click, and select Replace Component from the menu. In the Open dialog box, select the component that will replace the selected component.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Start the Replace tool from the Assembly Panel Bar. Then, select the component you want to replace in the assembly, and choose the component in the Open dialog box that will replace the selected component.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​All of the above.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 71 - How do you change the display of the content in the Browser from Standard Parts Library to assembly?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Select the Library button from the Browser and then select Assembly.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select the Library button from the Browser and then select Model.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select the Assembly tool from the Assembly Panel Bar.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Click the Return tool on the Standard toolbar.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 72 - When you replace a component in a patterned component, what happens to the other elements in that patterned component?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Only the element will be replaced.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Only the parent component will be replaced.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The parent component and all the elements in the assembly pattern will be replaced.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​All of the above.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 73 - How do you remove an assembly feature from a part (participant) that has been affected by an assembly feature?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Expand the assembly feature in the Browser, right-click on the part's name, and select Remove Participant from the menu.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select the part that contains the assembly feature in the graphics window, right-click,​ and select Remove Participant from the menu.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Expand the assembly feature in the Browser, right-click on the part's name, and select Delete from the menu.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select the part that contains the assembly feature in the graphics window, right-click,​ and select Delete from the menu.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 74 - When working with a 2D design layout (2D part) in an assembly, which of the following statements is true?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​You must turn the 2D part into a 3D part before returning to the assembly.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​You must create a 2D design layout as an assembly feature.</​li>​ 
-  <li>A 2D design layout CANNOT be constrained in an assembly.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​None of the above.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-==== Chapter 2 Pretest - Problems 75-102 ==== 
- 
-===Problem 75 - How many occurrences of a part can be adaptive in an assembly at the same time?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​0</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​1</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​2</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Unlimited</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 76 - What is the key (main) parameter in a sheet metal part?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Bend radius</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Flat Pattern Unfold method</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Thickness</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Material</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 77 - When working in the sheet metal Cut dialog box, what must you do to ensure that a sheet metal cut deforms around a bend and remains perpendicular to the sheet metal faces on both sides of the bend?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Select Deform Cut from the More tab.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select the Cut Across Bend checkbox.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select Bend from the Extents menu.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select To from the Extents menu, then select the bent face.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 78 - Where can you specify the use of a user-defined bend table in a sheet metal part?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Application Options</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Document Settings</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Organizer</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Sheet Metal Styles</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 79 - Download and extract/​unzip [[http://​jefferyjjensen.com/​secure/​pdf/​Inventor/​AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach/​ExamFiles.zip|11_04.ipt in ExamFiles.zip]],​ then open using Autodesk Inventor and perform the following steps:=== 
-  * Step 1: Create a sheet metal face using the profile defined in Sketch1, as shown. 
-    * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-15p44.png|Problem 79 - Figure 2-15, p. 44}} 
-  * Step 2: Repeat the face creation process for Sketch2 and Sketch3, as shown. 
-    * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-16p45.png|Problem 79 - Figure 2-16, p. 45}} 
-  * Step 3: Create a flange on the edge of Face1 that terminates flush with the edge of Face3, and another flange of the same length on the edge of Face1, as shown. 
-    * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-17p45.png|Problem 79 - Figure 2-17, p. 45}} 
-  * Step 4: Next, connect Face2 to Face1 and Face3 to Flange1, as shown. 
-    * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-18p46.png|Problem 79 - Figure 2-18, p. 46}} 
-  * Step 5: Now, change the corner seam between Flange1 and Flange2 to a "no overlap"​ condition with a gap equal to the part material thickness, as shown. 
-    * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-19p46.png|Problem 79 - Figure 2-19, p. 46}} 
-  * Step 6: Lastly, add a 0.25 inch corner round to the four edges shown. 
-    * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-20p47.png|Problem 79 - Figure 2-20, p. 47}} 
- 
-  * What is the mass of the resulting sheet metal part? 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​0.031 lbmass</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​0.026 lbmass</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​0.024 lbmass</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​0.029 lbmass</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 80 - To qualify as a punch tool, a saved iFeature must contain what type of object in the first sketch referenced in the punch feature?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Arc</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Circle</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Circle edge</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Hole center</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 81 - After creating a surface feature, what is appended to the feature'​s name in the Browser?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Surface</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Sf</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Srf</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Surf</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 82 - Download and extract/​unzip [[http://​jefferyjjensen.com/​secure/​pdf/​Inventor/​AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach/​ExamFiles.zip|Surface Thicken.ipt in ExamFiles.zip]],​ then open using Autodesk Inventor. Delete both the top face and the bottom face of the loft and then thicken the surface by 1 mm to the outside, creating a solid. What is the volume in cubic millimeters of the completed part shown?=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-21p48.png|Problem 82 - Figure 2-21, p. 48}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​1.014E+003 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​1.015E+003 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​1.016E+003 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​1.017E+003 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 83 - Which option will automatically be turned on if it is not already on when the Analyze Face tool is selected?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Show Reflections and Textures option on the Colors tab of the Options dialog box.</​li>​ 
-  <li>A part color will be set to default in the Material Color menu on the Standard toolbar.</​li>​ 
-  <li>A part material will be assigned from the Properties dialog box.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The display style will be set to shaded.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 84 - What happens when a surface is displayed in an opaque state?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <li>A surface can be displayed in a translucent state.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The surface is turned into a solid.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The surface is displayed in a non-transparent state.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The surface can then be used with the To or From To extents option for the Extrude, Revolve, Loft, or Sweep tools.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 85 - What type of assembly can be converted to a weldment?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Any assembly.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Assemblies that contain at least on component.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Assemblies that contain any number of constrained components.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​You cannot convert an assembly to a weldment.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 86 - Download and extract/​unzip [[http://​jefferyjjensen.com/​secure/​pdf/​Inventor/​AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach/​ExamFiles.zip|13_02.iam in ExamFiles.zip]],​ then open using Autodesk Inventor. Perform the following steps:=== 
-  * Step 1: Create a 0.188 inch chamfer on both occurrences of component 13_02-1 to prepare them for welding. 
-    * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-22p49.png|Problem 86 - Figure 2-22, p. 49}} 
-  * Step 2: Create a 3D fillet weld with a thickness of 0.265 inches, size of 0.265 inches, a ground, convex contour, and an offset of 0.07 inch between the two occurrences of component 13_02-1. 
-    * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-23p49.png|Problem 86 - Figure 2-23, p. 49}} 
-  * Step 3: Create a machined feature that cuts through both sides of the weldment using Sketch1, which has been created under the Machining group in the Browser. 
-    * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-24p50.png|Problem 86 - Figure 2-24, p. 50}} 
-  * What is the mass of the weld? 
- 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​0.147 lbmass</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​0.148 lbmass</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​0.149 lbmass</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​0.150 lbmass</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 87 - When preparing a weldment, which operations are supported?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Chamfer,​ Fillet, Extrude - Cut, Hole</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Chamfer,​ Fillet, Extrude - Cut</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Chamfer,​ Extrude - Cut, Extrude - Intersection,​ Hole</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Chamfer,​ Extrude - Cut, Hole</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 88 - Which of the following is not a method used to add weld annotations from the model to a drawing view?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Select Place Weld Annotation on view placement on the Weld tab of the Drafting Standards dialog box.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click a drawing view, select Edit View, and select Weld Annotations from the Options tab.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Select Weld Annotations from the Options tab when placing a drawing view.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Right-click the desired view and select Get Model Annotation > Get Weld Annotations.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 89 - What are the three types of special table elements that can be applied to particular columns, via a context menu, when defining an iPart?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​File Name, Display Style, and Material</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​File Name, Design Status, and Quantity</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​File Name, Material, and Mass Properties</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Display Style, Material, and Mass Properties</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 90 - How can you tell when a value in the iPart table is a custom parameter?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​The background of the cell or column is blue.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The background of the cell or column is yellow.</​li>​ 
-  <li>A note is attached to the cell or column in the table.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The contents of both the cell and column are not visible.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 91 - How do you modify the parameters that are used to define the iFeature?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Open the //.ide// file and select the Edit iFeature tool.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Access the Parameters tool when editing the .ide file and modify them.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The parameters that define an iFeature cannot be modified after creation.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Open a part containing the iFeature and modify the associated parameters to update the //ide// file.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 92 - When working with a derived part for which the parent file has been modified, how does Autodesk Inventor indicated that the derived part has updates pending?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​The derived part icon turns to a red lightning bolt in the Browser.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The derived part icon turns to a green exclamation point in the Browser.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​There is no notification of pending updates - the part updates automatically.</​li>​ 
-  <li>A pop-up dialog box is displayed notifying the user that there are pending updates.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 93 - In which environments can you attach an Engineer'​s Note?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Part,​ Sheet Metal, and Drawing</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Part,​ Assembly, Drawing, and Sheet Metal</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Part,​ Assembly, Weldment, and Sheet Metal</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Part,​ Assembly, Drawing, Weldment, and Sheet Metal</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 94 - Which environments,​ specified in a project file, provide a Check-In/​Check-Out feature?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Isolated and Shared</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Isolated,​ Shared, and Semi-isolated</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Shared and Semi-isolated</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Isolated and Semi-isolated</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 95 - Where do you specify how many versions of a file should be stored?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Tools > Application options > File tab</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Project file</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Tools > Application options > General tab</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Tools > Document Settings</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 96 - What is the primary function of Manage mode in the Design Assistant?​=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​To replace geometry in the assembly.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​To assign a new part to a particular project.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​To track and maintain the structure and relationships between files.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​To delete older revisions of parts kept within a project.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 97 - What layer controls does Autodesk Inventor provide when importing a //.dwg// file?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Mapping of AutoCAD layers is not supported.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​You can map AutoCAD layers to Autodesk Inventor layers.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​You can only map one AutoCAD layer to one sketch.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​You can map AutoCAD layers to one or multiple Autodesk Inventor sketches.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 98 - After an IGES file has been imported, what sequence of menus will show you the details about the origin of the IGES data?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​File > iProperties > Custom tab</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Tools > Document Settings > Units</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​File > Design Assistant > Properties</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​Tools > Application Options > Part tab</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 99 - Download and extract/​unzip [[http://​jefferyjjensen.com/​secure/​pdf/​Inventor/​AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach/​ExamFiles.zip|15_09.sat in ExamFiles.zip]],​ then open using Autodesk Inventor. Fillet both inside edges as shown, using a radius of 0.300. Chamfer both edges as shown, using distances of 0.100. Create a through-hole at the center of the boss using a diameter of 1.000. Activate the Explicit environment,​ create a work plane through the center of the part and expand the body a distance of 0.5 symmetrically about the plane. What is the new volume of the part in cubic millimeters?​=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-25p53.png|Problem 99 - Figure 2-25, p. 53}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​27.625 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​27.626 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​27.627 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​27.628 mm<​sup>​3</​sup></​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 100 - What is the area, not volume, in square millimeters of the inserted sketch?=== 
-  * Download and extract/​unzip [[http://​jefferyjjensen.com/​secure/​pdf/​Inventor/​AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach/​DWG|In Select.dwg in ExamFiles.zip]] 
-  * then open Autodesk Inventor. Start a new part file based on the //Standard (mm).ipt// template file. Insert the highlighted objects from the //DWG In Select.dwg//​ AutoCAD file, as shown. 
-  * Use mm as the units of file and constrain the end points. 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-26p54.png|Problem 100 - Figure 2-26, p. 54}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​24.026 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​24.027 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​24.028 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​24.029 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 101 - Download and extract/​unzip [[http://​jefferyjjensen.com/​secure/​pdf/​Inventor/​AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach/​ExamFiles.zip|Trim Surface.ipt in ExamFiles.zip]],​ then open using Autodesk Inventor. Trim the SquareSrf surface from the LoftSrf surface. The image shows the completed surface. What is the area of the trimmed surface in square millimeters?​=== 
-  * {{engineer-mechanical:​inventor-certification:​fig2-27p55.png|Problem 101 - Figure 2-27, p. 55}} 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​208.672 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​208.673 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​208.674 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-  <​li>​208.675 mm<​sup>​2</​sup></​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===Problem 102 - Which of the following statements about the design views system is false?=== 
-<​html>​ 
-<ol type="​a">​ 
-  <​li>​Will override any existing visibility setting in the subassembly.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​These design views cannot be altered and saved with the same name.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​The system design views are automatically created.</​li>​ 
-  <​li>​These system design views can be deleted.</​li>​ 
-</ol> 
-</​html>​ 
- 
-===== References ===== 
-  - [[http://​www.amazon.com/​Autodesk-Inventor-Certification-Preparation-Manual/​dp/​1401850502/​ref=sr_1_1?​ie=UTF8&​qid=1400514110&​sr=8-1&​keywords=1401850502|The Autodesk Inventor 7 Certification Exam Preparation Manual]] by Daniel T. Banach and Travis Jones, ISBN 1-4018-5050-2. 
-    - Chapter 2 The Pretest ([[http://​jefferyjjensen.com/​secure/​pdf/​Inventor/​AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach/​Inventor7ExamPrepCh2.pdf|secure pdf]]) 
-    - CD-ROM of Exam Files [[http://​jefferyjjensen.com/​secure/​pdf/​Inventor/​AutodeskInventor7CertificationExamPrepManual-Banach/​ExamFiles.zip|ExamFiles.zip]] 
-  - Autodesk University 2007 - MA105-7 [[http://​www.widom-assoc.com/​MA105-7.pdf|Autodesk Inventor: Preparing for the User Certification and Expert Certification Exams Part I]] by Dan Banach - Master Graphics Inc. 
-  - [[http://​help.autodesk.com/​view/​INVNTOR/​2015/​ENU/​|Autodesk Inventor 2015 Help]] 
  
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