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Q: An oblique projection has the patients body positioned parallel to the film?

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This is a general description of an oblique prism. Use the link to learn more.

Oblique lines:

Oblique prisms are prisms whose bases are not perpendicular to their length.

a top (the toy..) i think is an oblique cone.

an oblique prism is slanted and a regular prism is not, its right.

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Drawings in oblique projection in which the vertical plane is parallel to the plane of projection (drawing surface), and all three spatial axes are drawn to the same scale.

the answer is... -OBLIQUE -ISOMETRIC -PERSPECTIVE OR -DIAMETRIC

No, oblique lines are neither parallel nor perpendicular

The difference is that the Isometric projection shows more and accurate drawing than the Oblique project which is just a pictorial method.

first angle projection and third angle projection.

The hand will need to be parallel to the IR. Positioning of the fingers for PA oblique and lateral projections are used to demonstrate the interphalangeal joints and spaces.

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lines that aren't parallel.

An oblique line can be diagonal, sloping or slanted. It is not vertical, horizontal, parallel or perpendicular.

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