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## A line of length X cm lied on horizontal plane turned 60 degrees with respect to horizontal plane by keeping one of its ends fixed and attained length of Y cm top view. Which of the following statement is true? |

A. | x =y |

B. | x=2 * y |

C. | x= ½ * y |

D. | x >y |

Answer» C. x= ½ * y | |

Explanation: as cos (60) =0.5. the x would equal to ½ *y. the relation would be like this. x=y happens if we watch from front view. and x will not be greater than y as x is made to turn either it would stay same or become less than it. |

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