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## Isometric view of cube is drawn and faces of cube are seen as |

A. | square |

B. | rectangle |

C. | rhombus |

D. | parallelogram |

Answer» C. rhombus | |

Explanation: it is given isometric view of cube is drawn and it shows regular hexagon in which any of the faces represent rhombus which have diagonals cutting each other at 90 degrees any other adjacent edges have angles between them as 60 and 120 degrees. |

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