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## The line of intersection formed is curve while two solids are intersecting the solids may be |

A. | cylinder, sphere |

B. | prism, prism |

C. | cuboid, cube |

D. | prism, pyramid |

Answer» A. cylinder, sphere | |

Explanation: if any of the solid in two of intersecting solids is having curves surface that is cylinder, cone, sphere etc the line of intersection will give curve only but not straight line for getting line of intersection straight line both the solids should not have curved surfaces. |

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