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## A hexagon is placed parallel to vertical plane which of the following projection is true? |

A. | front view-line, top view- hexagon |

B. | front view- hexagon, top view- line |

C. | front view –line, top view-line |

D. | top view- hexagon, side view- line |

Answer» B. front view- hexagon, top view- line | |

Explanation: given a hexagon parallel to vertical plane so the plane containing hexagon in perpendicular to horizontal plane and profile plane. the top view and side view gives a line and front view gives the true shape and size of hexagon. |

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