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## If an object is placed in 3rd quadrant such that one of the surfaces of object is coinciding with both vertical plane and horizontal plane, what is the correct position of views from the following? |

A. | the top view touches the reference line |

B. | the top view and side view touch each other |

C. | both side views touch each other |

D. | the top view and front touches each other at reference line |

Answer» D. the top view and front touches each other at reference line | |

Explanation: if the object is placed in 3rd quadrant and the object’s surface is coinciding with both the horizontal plane and vertical plane which indirectly saying the distance from both the planes is zero so both top and front views of that object touches the reference line. |

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