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## A section is parallel to horizontal plane the true shape and size is obtained by taking projection of section on to plane. |

A. | horizontal |

B. | vertical |

C. | profile |

D. | auxiliary |

Answer» A. horizontal | |

Explanation: always remember the true shape and size will be trace if projections are drawn on to the plane parallel to section plane. so here as the section is parallel to horizontal plane the projection is to be taken on horizontal plane. |

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