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## The Top view of an object is shown on which plane? |

A. | profile plane |

B. | vertical plane |

C. | horizontal plane |

D. | parallel plane |

Answer» C. horizontal plane | |

Explanation: the front view will be shown on vertical plane, top view will be represented on horizontal plane and side view will be represents on profile plane. the top view gives thickness and width of the object. |

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