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Larry Jeffus
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Sketch an object that contains all of the necessary elements so that you can use the following line types: object line, hidden line, centerline, extension line, and dimension line. Label each line type using leaders and arrows.

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The label of given lines using leaders and arrows.

Explanation

Given lines:

Object lines are used to show the edges present. It helps in measuring the size of the cylinder by extending the lines near corners.

Hidden lines are like object line near corners and edges. These lines cannot be seen, as they are hidden near corners and edges.

Centerline is used for representing the section in two equal parts. It passes through the centerline of area, arc and circle.

Extension lines are defined as the lines which are used for finding dimensions...

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