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## In perspective projection and oblique projection, the projectors are not parallel to each other. |

A. | true |

B. | false |

Answer» B. false | |

Explanation: in oblique projection the projectors are parallel to each other but inclined to projection plane but in perspective projection all the projectors are not parallel to each other and so to projection plane. |

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- When an object has its one or more faces parallel to the picture plane, its perspective is called perspective also called one point perspective.
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- In orthographic projection, each projection view represents how many dimensions of an object?
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- A line AB of length 10 cm is placed in 2nd quadrant parallel to vertical plane and 5 cm away from the vertical plane and ends are 7 cm and 4 cm from horizontal plane. The top view and front view lines apart from each other.
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- Orthographic projection is the representation of two or more views on the mutual perpendicular projection planes.

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