# S1 Graphic Communication Homework

```Graphic Communication
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Unit 1 - Measurement
10 mm = 1 m
100 mm = 10 m
Use the scale given above to obtain the following
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the height to the eaves.
the height to the ridge.
the height to the door.
the dimensions of window A. (length x height)
the dimensions of window B. (length x height)
the dimensions of window C. (length x height)
the length of the house.
You can use either your rule to measure the sizes or you
could use a pair of compasses to lift the sizes.
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Unit 1 - Measurement
The diagram above shows a toy road roller drawn actual
size. Measure and record the following dimensions in
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diameter of front roller.
diameter of flywheel.
diameter of back wheel.
height of top of canopy from the ground.
length of canopy.
distance between centre of flywheel and the centre
of the back wheel.
7. height to top of funnel from the ground.
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Unit 2 - Isometric Sketching
Complete this work on Isometric Grid paper.
Draw the rectangular block shown opposite.
The dimensions are:
Length - 9 squares
Height - 5 squares
Unit 2 - Isometric Sketching
Complete this work on Isometric Grid paper.
Draw the rectangular block shown opposite.
The dimensions are:
Length - 9 squares
Height - 5 squares
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Unit 2 - Isometric Sketching
Complete this work on Isometric Grid paper.
Draw the rectangular block shown opposite.
The dimensions are:
Length - 9 squares
Height - 5 squares
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Unit 3 - Isometric Drawing
1. Name the piece of drawing equipment shown below:
2. Name the piece of drawing equipment shown below
and the angle used to draw an isometric.
3. What are the 3 main dimensions used in isometric
drawing.
a) L _ _ _ _ _
b) B _ _ _ _ _ _
c) H _ _ _ _ _
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Unit 4 – Introduction to Orthographic Projection
1. What is orthographic projection?
2. What is 3rd Angle Projection?
3. Make a sketch of the symbol which shows that a
drawing has been produced in 3rd Angle Projection.
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Sketch the orthographic projection shown below and
then name each of the 3 views.
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Unit 4 – Introduction to Orthographic Projection
1. In your jotter write down the code letter of the
objects shown below. Study each one and imagine you
are looking in the direction of the arrow. Look at the
views in the bottom half of the page and match each
view to one of the lettered objects you have listed.
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Unit 5 - Orthographic Sketching
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Draw the four views of the coloured block in the direction
of the arrows. Use the squares in your jotters as a guide for
measuring and drawing.
Leave 3 squares
between each view.
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Unit 5 - Orthographic Sketching
PLAN
Draw the four views of the coloured block in the direction of
the arrows. Use the squares in your jotters as a guide for
measuring and drawing.
Leave 3 squares
between each view.
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Unit 5 - Orthographic Sketching
Draw the four views of the coloured block in the direction
of the arrows. Use the squares in your jotters as a guide
for measuring and drawing.
PLAN
Leave 3 squares
between each view.
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Unit 6 – Orthographic Drawing
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Draw a line which would indicate a Centre Line on an
Orthographic drawing.
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Draw a line which would indicate a Hidden Line on an
Orthographic drawing.
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Where on an Orthographic drawing would a
Continuous Thin Line be used?
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Where on an Orthographic drawing would a
Continuous Thick Line be used?
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Where would the following type of line be used?
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Trace the symbols shown below into your jotters and
add the correct colour from the descriptions below.
Yellow Triangle/Black Border
Yellow most easily seen even in poor light.
Black provides a striking contrast.
WARNING
Risk of Danger
White Circle/ Red Border/ Red
Cross Bar
Red is associated with danger.
PROHIBITION
Do Not Do
Blue Circle
Easily seen
Good contrast with white.
MANDATORY
Must Do
Green Square/Rectangle
Green is associated with safety.
SAFE CONDITION
The Safe Way
Red Square/Rectangle
Red is associated with fire.
FIRE-FIGHTING
Fire Equipment Location
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Symbol Types
Prohibition Sign
Warning Sign
Safe Condition Sign
Mandatory Sign
Name the types of symbols shown below and what
information they are giving. Use the symbol types above
and the possible meanings given below to assist.
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Caution toxic hazard, Remove glasses, No smoking, Caution risk
of fire, Eye protection must be worn, Smoking in this area only.
Caution risk of explosion, Emergency stop, Caution laser beam,
Pedestrians prohibited, People crossing, Caution risk of
electric shock.
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Copy or trace the colour wheel above.
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Fill in the missing colours
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List the three primary colours
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List the tree secondary colours
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What colour is described as a hot, bold colour?
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What colour is described as a cool, serene
colour?
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Green is the most _________ of all the colours.
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White is assossiated with _________.
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What colour is described as rich and regal?
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Look at the following chart:
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Who buys the most sweets in the month?
Who spends the most on fashion?
How much do boys spend on sports per month?
How much do girls spend on music per month?
How much do the boys spend per month?
How much do the girls spend per month?
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Study the pictograph below:
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What type of vehicle uses the motorway most
each day?
How many motorbikes use the motorway?
How may trucks use the motorway?
Why do you think this type of graphical chart is