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1. Think of a situation where CAD is a better choice then traditional drafting.

2.Given multiple ways to input coordinates, is one way better than another? Are there situations where you ell use one method over and other?

3. Do you think that manual drafting will be entirely eliminated in teh future, tiving way to AutoCad? Why or Why Not?

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1. There are a number of situations wher CAD drafting is very useful but it is also dependent on the CAD software that is in use.

Some software packages like ArchiCAD or MiniCAD allow simultaneous modelling to occur, thereby rendering model-making redundant. However, in terms of manual drafting, I can think of teh following ...

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