MCQ PROJECTIONS OF A STRAIGHT LINE
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MCQ: PROJECTIONS OF A
STRAIGHT LINE
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Line perpendicular to HP and parallel to VP will have its front view
(a) Point
(b) A line perpendicular to x y
(c) A line parallel to x y
(d) None
ANS: (b)

Line perpendicular to HP and parallel to VP will have its front view
(a) A line perpendicular to x y
(b) A line inclined to x y
(c) A line parallel to x y
(d) None
ANS: (a)

Line perpendicular to HP and parallel to VP will have its top view
(a) Point in HP
(b)A line perpendicular to x y
(c) A line parallel to x y
(d) None
ANS: (a)

Line perpendicular to VP and parallel to HP will have its front view
(a) Point in the VP
(b) A line perpendicular to x y
(c) A line parallel to x y
(d) None
ANS: (a)

Line perpendicular to VP and parallel to HP will have its top view
(a) Point in the VP
(b) A line perpendicular to x y
(c) A line parallel to x y
(d) None
ANS: (b)

A line parallel to both VP and HP will have its Front view
(a) A line perpendicular to x y
(b) A line parallel to x y
(c) Will lie in the x y
(d) None
ANS: (b)

A line parallel to both VP and HP will have its Top view
(a) A line perpendicular to x y
(b) A line parallel to x y
(c) Will lie in the x y
(d) None
ANS: (b)

A line parallel to both VP and HP will have its true length
(a) In the Front view
(b) In the Top view VP
(c) In the front as well as in the top view
(d) None
ANS: ©

Line perpendicular to HP and parallel to VP will have its true length
(a) In the Front view
(b) In the Top view
(c) In the front as well as in the top view
(d) None
ANS: (a)

Line perpendicular to VP and parallel to HP will have its true length
(a)In the front view
(b) In the top view
(c) In both front and top view
(d) None
ANS: (b)

A line inclined to HP and parallel to VP will have its front view
(a) Of shorter length
(b) Bigger length
(c) Equal length
(d) None
ANS: ©

A line inclined to HP and parallel to VP will have its top view
(a) Of shorter length
(b) Bigger length
(c) Equal length
(d) None
ANS: (b)

A line inclined to HP and parallel to VP will have its top view
(a) Perpendicular to x y
(b) Parallel to x y
(c) Inclined to x y
(d) None
ANS: (b)

A line inclined to HP and parallel to VP will have its front view
(a) Perpendicular to x y
(b) Parallel to x y
(c) Inclined to x y
(d) None
ANS: (c)

A line inclined to VP and parallel to HP will have its front view
(a) Of shorter length
(b) Bigger length
(c) Equal length
(d) None
ANS: (a)

A line inclined to VP and parallel to HP will have its top view
(a) Of shorter length
(b) Bigger length
(c) Equal length
(d) None
ANS: (c)

A line inclined to VP and parallel to HP will have its top view
(a) Perpendicular to x y
(b) Parallel to x y
(c) Inclined to x y
(d) None
ANS: (c)

A line inclined to VP and parallel to HP will have its front view
(a) Perpendicular to x y
(b) Parallel to x y
(c) Inclined to x y
(d) None
ANS: (b)

A line inclined to both HP and VP will have its front view
(a) Of true length
(b) Of shorter length
(c) Of greater length
(d) None
ANS: (b)

A line inclined to both HP and VP will have its top view
(a) Of true length
(b) Of shorter length
(c) Of greater length
(d) None
ANS: (b)

A line inclined to both HP and VP will have its front view
(a) Parallel to x y
(b) Perpendicular to x y
(c) Inclined to x y
(d) None
ANS: (c)

A line inclined to both HP and VP will have its top view