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## The perspective view of a circle in any type of typical position be |

A. | circle |

B. | ellipse |

C. | oval |

D. | lemniscate |

Answer» B. ellipse | |

Explanation: the station point in anywhere from the picture plane if a circle is placed in any angle with the ground plane in the maximum possible critical position the perspective of the circle will always be an ellipse. |

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