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## A cylinder is kept in such a way its axis is parallel to both the reference planes and cut completely by a section plane is perpendicular to V.P and inclined to H.P then the section will be |

A. | parabola |

B. | circle |

C. | rectangle |

D. | ellipse |

Answer» D. ellipse | |

Explanation: given a cylinder is placed on profile plane or picture plane and is been cut by a cutting plane inclined to axis as per conditions that is cutting all generators which definitely give ellipse as a section. |

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