Q: What are the two system of placing dimension on drawing?

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relative and polar

Dimensions applying to two adjacent views should be placed between views, unless clarity is promoted by placing some of them outside.

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Two.

To convert from 2 dimensions to 3 dimensions requires adding a third dimension: If you start with a zero-dimension point and pull it out in a direction, you create a one-dimensional line as you go. If you now take this line and pull it out in a direction perpendicular to it, drawing lines between the end points you create a two-dimensional rectangle as you go. Now if you take the rectangle and pull it out in a direction perpendicular to the plane in which it lies, drawing lines between the corresponding vertices you create a three-dimensional cuboid as you go.

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relative and polar

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Dimensions applying to two adjacent views should be placed between views, unless clarity is promoted by placing some of them outside.

Dual dimensions in engineering is when both the English system's unit for the dimension and the metric system's unit for the dimension are shown together as two stacked dimensions.

A pantograph can be used to trace a drawing by placing a point on the existing drawing and using another point, side by side, on the other paper drawing out the particular drawing. A pantograph looks like a is two rulers in the shape of a "V" that are connected by 4 points. One "V" is inverted.

Dimetric in technical drawing) denoting or incorporating a method of showing projection or perspective using a set of three geometrical axes of which two are of the same scale or dimension but the third is of another .

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A Jesse Tree is a three dimension (or two dimension, if you're drawing it) representation of the family tree of Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ:Catholic Activity: Jesse Tree Instructionswww.catholicculture.org/culture/liturgicalyear/activities/view.cfm?id=545

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three dimention

To convert from 2 dimensions to 3 dimensions requires adding a third dimension: If you start with a zero-dimension point and pull it out in a direction, you create a one-dimensional line as you go. If you now take this line and pull it out in a direction perpendicular to it, drawing lines between the end points you create a two-dimensional rectangle as you go. Now if you take the rectangle and pull it out in a direction perpendicular to the plane in which it lies, drawing lines between the corresponding vertices you create a three-dimensional cuboid as you go.

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