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## The lines parallel to isometric axes are called lines. |

A. | parallel |

B. | auxiliary |

C. | isometric |

D. | oblique |

Answer» C. isometric | |

Explanation: the angle between the isometric axes is 120 degrees if any line is parallel to it then those are called isometric lines. auxiliary lines may make any angle with horizontal and oblique is not related here. |

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