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## Front view of circle is given and isometric view is to be drawn which of the following is correct procedure in drawing isometric view? |

A. | turning the circle such that line on diameter is making 30 degrees with horizontal |

B. | by increasing or decreasing angles between two perpendicular line on diameter at required proportions |

C. | drawing line in diameter parallel to isometric axes |

D. | enclosing circle in a square and aligning square to isometric axes and pointing four points on circle touching the square and joining by smooth curve. |

Answer» D. enclosing circle in a square and aligning square to isometric axes and pointing four points on circle touching the square and joining by smooth curve. | |

Explanation: circle will be circle even if we rotate it in angle with that plane. so to represent circle in isometric view it should be enclosed in a square and then aligning square |

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