3. The center line of a hidden cylinder feature appearing in the front view should line up with the center mark in the corresponding circle which appears in the auxiliary view.
4. Revolution is a method of determining the true length and true size of inclined and oblique lines and planes.
5. A reference plane appears as a line in an adjacent view.
6. If an auxiliary view is symmetrical, and to save space or time, a half auxiliary view may be drawn.
7. An auxiliary view is used on technical drawings to project features on an inclined plane away from one of the primary views in such a way that features such as holes appear correctly.
8. Auxiliary views allow principal faces of features that are parallel to the standard planes of projection to appear true shape and size.
9. Another method used to setup an auxiliary view is to align the UCS with the inclined plane.
10. The Offset tool is useful in setting up an auxiliary view.