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## An object is placed in between projection planes, the front view and side view gives the same rectangle and top view is giving square the object is |

A. | a square cylinder, such that square base is parallel to horizontal plane |

B. | a square cylinder, such that square base is parallel to vertical plane |

C. | a square cylinder, such that square base is parallel to profile plane |

D. | a square cylinder, such that axis is parallel to horizontal |

Answer» A. a square cylinder, such that square base is parallel to horizontal plane | |

Explanation: given that the object is viewing from front and side as rectangle and top view is square so we can understand that pyramid has height more than the side of square and accordingly the view the object can be cuboid (square cylinder). |

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