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IMPORTANT QUESTIONS EG CYCLE TEST 2

Projection of Planes
1. A square lamina PQRS of side 40mm rests on the ground on its corner P in such a way that the diagonal PR is inclined at 45 to the HP and apparently inclined at 30 to the VP.Draw its projections. 2. A rectangular plate 70 x 40 mm has one of its shorter edges in the VP inclined at 40 to the HP. Draw its top view if its front view is a square of side 40 mm.

3. A circular lamina 60mm is held vertical with its surface inclined at 450 to the VP. Its centre is
40mm above the HP and 30mm in front of the VP. Draw its top and front views.

4. A pentagonal plate of side 35mm rests on the VP on one of its corner. Draw its projections
when its surface is inclined at 500 to the VP & perpendicular to HP.

5. A thin circular plate of 50mm diameter lies on HP such that its surface is inclined at
45 to HP. The diameter through the point on which the plate lies on HP appears to be inclined at 45 to VP in the top view. Draw the projections

6. A pentagon of side 30mm rests on the ground on one of its corners with the side containing
the corner being equally inclined to the ground. The side opposite to the corner on which it rests is inclined at 300 to the VP and is parallel to the HP. The surface of the pentagon makes 500 with the ground. Draw the plan and elevation of the pentagon.

7. Draw the projections of a circle of 70 mm diameter resting on the H.P. on a point A of the
circumference. The plane is inclined to the H.P. such that the top view of it is an ellipse of minor axis 40 mm. The top view of the diameter, through the point A is making an angle of 45 with the V.P. Determine the inclination of the plane with the H.P. 8. A thin pentagonal lamina of 60 mm long edges rests on one of its corners in HP. Draw its projections when the surface of the lamina makes 45 with HP and the top view of the line joining the centre and that corner is HP, is inclined at 30 to VP.

Projection of solids

1. A square prism of base side 35 mm and axis length 60 mm lies on the HP on one of its longer
edges with its faces equally inclined to the HP. Draw its projections when its axis is inclined at 30 to the VP.

2. Draw the projections of a square pyramid of base of side 30mm and axis 50mm when it is
resting on the HP on one of its base corners with a base side containing the corner making 35 0 with the HP. The axis is inclined at 30 0 to the VP and is parallel to the HP and the vertex is away from the VP.

3. A hexagonal pyramid of base edge 25 mm and axis length 60 mm rests on one base side on HP such that the highest base corner is 20 mm above HP. Its axis is parallel to the VP.Draw its top and front views. 4. Draw the projections of a cone of base diameter50 mm and axis length 70 mm when it lies on the ground on one of its generators with the axis parallel to the VP.

5. A hexagonal prism of base side 30mm and axis length 60mm is resting on HP on one of its
base corners with a solid diagonal through that corner being parallel to HP. Draw its projections.. 6. A pentagonal pyramid of base side 30mm and axis length 50mm is freely suspended by means of a string from one of its base corners with its axis parallel to VP. Draw its projections. 7. Draw the front and top views of a cone of base diameter 46mm and height 65mm lying with one of its generators on HP. The axis is parallel to VP. 8. A cone of base diameter 50mm and altitude 65mm is freely suspended by means of a string from one of its base point with its axis parallel to VP. Draw its projections.

9. A hexagonal prism, side of base 25mm and axis 60mm long, lies with one of its rectangular
faces on HP, such that the axis is inclined at 45 to VP. Draw its projections.