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## A cutting plane cut the cylinder into half diagonally touching both the bases at corners the section and side view of 1 part of cylinder is |

A. | ellipse, circle |

B. | ellipse, rectangle |

C. | ellipse, triangle |

D. | closed figure formed by 2 parallel line bounded by 2 similar arcs, triangle |

Answer» C. ellipse, triangle | |

Explanation: given a cylinder is been cut diagonally from one corner of 1st base to other corner of 2nd base as we can imagine it is just cutting a plane inclined to axis that is cutting all generators which definitely give ellipse as section and side view will be triangle, top view will be a circle. |

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