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## If a line AB lies on horizontal plane and vertical plane then which of the following view gives a point? |

A. | side view |

B. | top view |

C. | front view |

D. | isometric view |

Answer» A. side view | |

Explanation: given the line ab is present in both the vertical and horizontal planes which are perpendicular so the line will be at xy reference line formed between them which is perpendicular to profile plane so the side view gives the point. |

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