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## The length in isometric drawing of line is 20 cm. What is the true length of it? |

A. | 24.53 cm |

B. | 15.46 cm |

C. | 19.31 cm |

D. | 23.09 cm |

Answer» A. 24.53 cm | |

Explanation: the ratio of isometric length to true length is 0.815 so here it is given isometric length of 20 cm. 0.815 = 20 cm / true length => true length = 20 cm /0.815 = |

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