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- The 3rd quadrant is in which position?

Q. |
## The 3rd quadrant is in which position? |

A. | below h.p, behind v.p |

B. | above h.p, behind v.p |

C. | above h.p, in-front of v.p |

D. | below h.p, in-front of v.p |

Answer» A. below h.p, behind v.p | |

Explanation: the position of reference planes will be similar to quadrants in x, y plane co-ordinate system. as the 3rd quadrant lies below the x-axis and behind the y-axis here also the 3rd quadrant is below h.p, behind v.p. |

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