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## Orthographic projection is the representation of two or more views on the mutual perpendicular projection planes. |

A. | true |

B. | false |

Answer» A. true | |

Explanation: orthographic projection is the representation of two or more views on the mutual perpendicular projection planes. but for oblique projection, the object is viewed in only one view. and in isometric view the object is kept resting on the ground on one of its corners with a solid diagonal perpendicular to the v.p. |

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- An object is kept in one of the quadrants of principal planes of projection, for both the front view and top view of the object the object came first and then the views on planes (the observer is at top right side of principal planes). The object is in which quadrant?
- In orthographic projection an object is represented by two or three views on different planes which
- If a line is perpendicular to one of the projection planes and lies on other two planes then the line will lies on reference line accordingly.
- A line can’t be perpendicular to two perpendicular planes at the same time.
- A regular cone is placed such that axis is parallel to both reference planes the section plane perpendicular to both reference planes and cuts the cone the section will be like
- Two points are placed in 1st quadrant of projection planes such that the line joining the points is perpendicular to profile plane the side view and top view will be
- Two points are placed in 3rd quadrant of projection planes such that the line joining the points is perpendicular to vertical plane the side view and top view will be
- A pentagonal pyramid is placed on H.P on one of its base’s edge and the triangular surface containing the edge on which it is resting is making 45 degrees with H.P. Draw orthographic views and what are the top views of 1st, 2nd, 3rd stages?
- A pentagonal pyramid is placed on H.P on one of its base’s edge and the triangular surface containing the edge on which it is resting is making 45 degrees with H.P. Draw orthographic views and what are the front views of 1st, 2ndrd stages?
- A cube is resting on H.P on one of its corners with a solid diagonal perpendicular to the V.P. What are the top views of 1st, 2nd, 3rd stages while drawing orthographic projections?

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