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## If a line has one of its ends in the vertical plane. Its vertical trace coincides with the |

A. | front |

B. | top |

C. | side |

D. | isometric |

Answer» A. front | |

Explanation: as the line cuts the vertical plane the projection of that line on vertical plane coincides from front view and so the vertical trace which is the point formed by cutting the line with vertical plane also coincides with the corresponding projection end. |

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