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1) A line AB, 50mm long ,has its end A in both H.P. and the V.P. it is inclined at 30 to the H.P. and at 45 to the V.P. drow its projections. 2) A line PQ 75 mm long ,has its end p in the V.P. and the end Q in the H.P. the lne is inclined at 30 to the H.P. and at 60 to the V.P. drow its projection. 3) The top view of 75 mm long lineAB measures 65 mm, while the leight of its frant view is 50 mm.its one end A is in H.P. and 12 mm in frant of VP drow the projection of AB and determine its inclination with the HP and the VP. 4) A line AB, 65 mm long, has its end a 20 mm above the HP and 25 mm in the front of VP the end B is 40 mm above HP and 65 mm in the front of the VP .drow the projection of AB and show its inclinations with the HP and the VP. 5) A line AB, 90 mm long , is inclined at 45 to the HP and its top viewmakes an angle of 60 with VP the end A is in the HP and 12 mm in frant of the VP drow front view and find its true inclination with VP. 6) A line AB, 90 mm long is inclined at 30 to the HP. Its end A is 12 mm above HP and 20 mm in front of VP. Its FV measures 65 mm. Draw the top view of AB and determine its inclination with the VP. 7) A line AB, inclined at 40 to VP has its end 50 mm and 20 mm above HP. The length of its FV is 65 mm and its VT is 10 mm above HP. Determine the true length of AB, its inclination with HP and its HT. 8) The distances between the end projectors of line AB is 70 mm and the projectors through the traces are 110 mm apart. The end of line is 10 mm above HP. If the top view and the front view of the line make 30 and 60 with xy line respectively . Draw the projection of line and determine traces, inclination and true length. 9) The end projectors of line AB are 22 mm apart. A is 12 mm in front of the VP and 12 mm above HP. The point B 6 mm in front of VP and 40 mm above HP. Locate the HT and VT of the line and also determine its inclination with the VP and HP. 10)A straight line AB, 60 mm long, makes an angle of 25 to HP and 55 to the VP. The end A is in VP and 20 mm above HP. Draw the projection of line AB. 11)A line BC, 80 mm long is inclined at 45 to HP and 30 to the VP. Its end B is in HP and 40 mm in front of the VP. Draw the projection of line and determine its traces. 12)FV of line measures 70 mm and makes an angle of 30 with XY.the end A is in the HP and VT of line is 10 mm below XY. The line is inclined at 45 to the

Draw the three views of the line and find its TL. inclined at 25 to HP. Also locate the HT. The VT is 8 mm above HP. laying fully in the first quadrant. The point A is in the PP and 25 mm in front of the VP. 21)An end of a line. 20mm above the HP and 15 mm in front of the VP. measures 80 mm in TV. 19)A line AB. 16) A line CD. The line is inclined at 30 to the HP. Also locate HT. The projectors through its VT and the end A are 35 mm apart. Draw projection of line and determine the HT and inclinations of the line with HP and VP. 23)The sides AB and AC of ABC lie in the HP and VP respectively. measuring 70 mm in FV. Measure inclination with Planes. The end D is at equal distances from both the planes. The length of AB is 80 mm. is on the HP. 15)The TV of line CD measures 80 mm and makes an angle of 55 withXY . The end F is on the HP and 20 mm in front of the VP. Find the length of the other sides of the triangle. 22)A straight line CD. Locate the traces. The end A is 25 mm above HP and 15 mm in front of VP. Draw projection of line if its FV measures 90 mm. The end C is in first quadrant and 24 mmand 14 mm from HP and the VP respectively. Draw the two views of the line if it fully lies in first quadrant. Draw the projection of line if it is inclined at 30 to the VP. 13)A line CD. Draw the projection of line if its TV and SV measures 95 mm and 110 mm respectively. is inclined at 50 to HP. The end B is 50 mm below the HP and behind VP. The length of line is 65 mm. Draw projection. Its LHSV measures 50 mm. 90 mm long. Draw the projection of line and locate traces. Assume point C at suitable distances from the planes. 14)The end A of line AB is 100 mm above HP and 30 mm in front of VP. 100 mm long. The point C is 40 mm above the HP and 50 mm from the PP. . 17)A line EF is contained by plane perpendicular to the HP and inclined at 60 to the VP. The end A is 10 mm above HP and end B is 65 in front of VP. Draw the projection of line and find its true length and true inclination. find TL and true inclination with the VP. measures 72 mm in FV and 65 mm in TV.VP. 20)A line PQ=120 mm has its end Q. What is the inclination of the line with VP? 18)A line measures 95 mm. Draw the projections of the line and locate its traces. Locate traces and find inclination of the line with the VP. is inclined at 30 to the VP and 45 to the HP. The Length of line is 80 mm. End C is in VP and HT of the line is 25 mm above XY. Find the true inclination of the line. The midpoint P of line is 35 mm from both the planes. The line is inclined to the HP at 45 . Find TL and . Draw the projection of line and locate traces.FV of line makes 30 to XY and the VT is 15 mm below the HP.

Also find inclinations that line makes with planes. Op. find its TL. The angle between the shadows is 70 . The HT is 40 mm in front of the VP and VT is 75 mm above HP. It leans against corner of the wall and is inclined to the ground at 60 . Draw the FV and TV of the line. produce shadows oa and ob lengths 8 m and 4 m respectively on the ground.2 m from the same wall. 25) Two electric lamp posts. Determine graphically the distance between the bulbs and also from the pole top to each bulb.24) The projectors through the HT and VT of line are 100 mm apart while those its ends are 65 mm apart. An end of the line is 15 mm above the HP. Take a suitable scale. 1. of a 6 m high pole. 26)A point on the pole is 1 m above the floor and 1m in front of a wall . each 11 m high. while the lower end is on the floor.

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