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## An equilateral triangle of side 10 cm is held parallel to horizontal plane and base is parallel to xy reference line. The length of line from side view will be |

A. | 8.66 cm |

B. | 10 cm |

C. | 0 cm |

D. | 12.47 cm |

Answer» A. 8.66 cm | |

Explanation: just by visualizing we can get picture and then as the base is parallel to xy reference plane the side view and front view will be a line and front view gives line of length equal to side of triangle given and side view gives the height of triangle. |

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