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A square prism 35mm sides of base and 60mm axis length rests on HP on one of its corners of the base such that the two base edges containing the corner on which rests make equal inclination with HP. Draw the projections of the prism when the axis of the prism is inclined to HP at 40° and appears to be inclined to VP at 45°. 2. A square prism 35mm sides of base and 60mm axis length rests on HP on one of its corners of the base such that the two base edges containing the corner on which rests make equal inclination with HP. Draw the projections of the prism when the axis of the prism is inclined to HP at 40° and VP at 30°. 3. A square prism 35mm sides of base and 60mm axis length rests on HP on one of its corners of the base. Draw the projections of the prism when the axis of the prism is inclined to HP at 40° and VP at 30°. 4. A pentagonal prism 25mm sides of base and 60mm axis length rests on HP on one of its edges of the base. Draw the projection of the prism when the axis is inclined to HP at 40° and VP at 30°. 5. A pentagonal prism 25mm sides of base and 50mm axis length rests on HP on one of its corner of the base such that the base edges containing the corner on which it rests makes equal inclination with HP . Draw the projection of the prism when the axis is inclined to HP at 40° and appears to be inclined VP at 45°. 6. A hexagonal prism 25mm of base and 50mm axis length rests on HP on one of its edges. Draw the projection of the prism when the axis is inclined to HP at 45° and appears to be inclined VP at 40°. 7. A hexagonal prism 25mm of base and 50mm axis length rests on HP on one of its corner of the base such that the two base edges containing the corner on which it rests makes equal inclination with HP. Draw the projection of the prism when the axis is inclined to HP at 40° and VP at 30°. 8. A hexagonal prism 25mm sides of base and 50mm axis length suspended freely from a corner of its base. Draw the projections of the prism when the axis appears to be inclined to VP at 45° 9. A square pyramid 35mm sides of base and 60mm axis length rests on HP on one of its corners of the base such that the two base edges containing the corner on which rests make equal inclination with HP. Draw the projections of the pyramid when the axis of the pyramid is inclined to HP at 40° and appears to be inclined to VP at 45°. 10. A square pyramid 35mm sides of base and 60mm axis length rests on HP on one of its corners of the base such that the two base edges containing the corner on which rests make equal inclination with HP. Draw the projections of the pyramid when the axis of the pyramid is inclined to HP at 40° and VP at 30°. 11. A square pyramid 35mm sides of base and 60mm axis length rests on HP on one of its corners of the base. Draw the projections of the pyramid when the axis of the pyramid is inclined to HP at 40° and VP at 30°. 12. A pentagonal pyramid 25mm sides of base and 60mm axis length rests on HP on one of its edges of the base. Draw the projection of the pyramid when the axis is inclined to HP at 40° and VP at 30°. 13. A pentagonal pyramid 25mm sides of base and 50mm axis length rests on HP on one of its corner of the base such that the base edges containing the corner on

which it rests makes equal inclination with HP . Draw the projection of the pyramid when the axis is inclined to HP at 40° and appears to be inclined VP at 45°. 14. A hexagonal pyramid 25mm of base and 50mm axis length rests on HP on one of its edges. Draw the projection of the pyramid when the axis is inclined to HP at 45° and appears to be inclined VP at 40°. 15. A hexagonal pyramid 25mm of base and 50mm axis length rests on HP on one of its corner of the base such that the two base edges containing the corner on which it rests makes equal inclination with HP. Draw the projection of the pyramid when the axis is inclined to HP at 40° and VP at 30°. 16. A hexagonal pyramid 25mm sides of base and 50mm axis length suspended freely from a corner of its base. Draw the projections of the pyramid when the axis appears to be inclined to VP at 45° 17. A square pyramid 35mm sides of base and 60mm axis length rests on HP on one of its slant edges. Draw the projections of the pyramid when the axis appears to be inclined to VP at 45°. 18. A cone of 50mm base diameter and 60mm axis length rests on HP on one of its generators. Draw the projections when the axis is inclined to VP at 30°.

Author_Jaya Christyan

Author_Jaya Christyan

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