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## A Cardboard is made to cut in shape of ‘A’ and as we placed in projection planes and from top view the legs of cardboard touch the profile plane and cardboard is parallel to horizontal plane. Which of the following is wrong? |

A. | the front view gives thickness of cardboard |

B. | the side views give width of cardboard |

C. | the front view gives height of cardboard |

D. | the top view gives thickness of cardboard |

Answer» D. the top view gives thickness of cardboard | |

Explanation: from given information, we can understand that the cardboard is parallel to horizontal plane and direction of ‘a’ placed in projection planes so the front view and side view gives thickness, the front view and top view gives a height of cardboard and side view and top view gives width of cardboard. |

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