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## The top view, front view and side view of a triangle parallel to vertical plane, circle parallel to profile plane and rectangle parallel to horizontal plane respectively are |

A. | line, circle, line |

B. | triangle, line, rectangle |

C. | triangle, line, line |

D. | line, line, line |

Answer» D. line, line, line | |

Explanation: if a plane is parallel to vertical plane then the top view and side view gives a line and front view gives the true shape. if a plane is parallel to horizontal plane then the front view and side view gives a line and top view gives the true shape. if a plane is parallel to profile plane then the top view and front view gives a line and side view gives the true shape. |

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