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## A line AB is on the vertical plane of projection planes, which view from the following gives the actual length of the line AB? |

A. | front view |

B. | top view |

C. | side view |

D. | isometric view |

Answer» A. front view | |

Explanation: any line that lie or parallel to any of plane in projection planes the true length will be found at view which drawn on to that plane that is here the line is in vertical plane so the view which fall on vertical plane gives the true length which is other than front view. |

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