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## If a point P is placed in between the projection planes. The distance from side view to reference line towards front view and the distance between top view and reference line towards top view will be same. |

A. | true |

B. | false |

Answer» A. true | |

Explanation: the projection will be drawn by turning the other planes parallel to a vertical plane in clockwise direction along the lines of intersecting of planes. and so as we fold again the planes at respective reference lines and then drawing perpendiculars to the planes at those points the point of intersection gives the point p. |

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