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## When the axis of solid is perpendicular to V.P, the view should be drawn first and view then projected from it. |

A. | front , top |

B. | top, side |

C. | side, front |

D. | top, front |

Answer» A. front , top | |

Explanation: when the axis of solid is perpendicular to v.p it is indirectly saying that the base is parallel to the vertical plane so the projection on to it gives true shape of base and then we can project and find the other dimensions. |

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