# Question bank: Three-Dimensional Objects Problems

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Question 1:

Medium

What is the definition of orthogonal view and how can it be applied to draw objects in perspective?
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Question 2:

Medium

What is the definition of orthogonal view and how can this knowledge be applied to draw objects in perspective?
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Question 3:

Hard

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Question 4:

Hard

The figure represents the globe and the points A, B, and C are marked on it. Points A and B are located on the same parallel, and points B and C are located on the same meridian. A path is traced from point A to C, along the surface of the globe, passing through B, so that the segment from A to B is on the parallel that passes through A and B, and the segment from B to C is on the meridian that passes through B and C. Consider that plane α is parallel to the equator line in the figure. The orthogonal projection, on plane α, of the path traced on the globe can be represented by:
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Question 5:

Easy

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