Q: What Pictorial sketch shows the most descriptive features parallel to the plane of projection?

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That's true of the Mercator projection, among others.

a parallel is two line that never cross each other

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If both sets of opposite sides are parallel and not equal, the shape cannot be a plane figure. It must be a projection of a parallelogram onto a spherical surface (or similar).

Usually NOT - because maps are a projection from a sphere to a plane. In a normal map, the further away from the equator you are, the more stretched out the map is.

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Parallel projection does not produces realistic views whereas perspective projection produces realistic viewin parallel projection lines of projection are parallel whereas in perspective projection lines are not parallel and the point where these lines meets is called ceter of projection in case of perspective projection

A projection with parallel latitude lines and parallel longitude lines is known as a cylindrical projection. This type of projection preserves the shape of features along the equator and distorts them towards the poles. Examples include the Mercator and Miller cylindrical projections.

posteroanterior projection

Dimetric projection is a type of axonometric projection where all three dimensions of an object are shown in the same scale, but two of the three angles between the axes are equal. It is commonly used in technical and architectural drawings to represent objects in a three-dimensional space.

That's true of the Mercator projection, among others.

a parallel is two line that never cross each other

perspective projection is defined by straight rays of projection drawn from object to the centre of projection and image is drawn where these rays untersect with the viewplane...while parallel projection is defined by parallel lines drawn from object in fixed direction towards the viewplane In perspective projection centre of projection is at finite distance from viewplane and in parallel projection centre of projection lies at infinite distance. respective projection form realistic picture of object but parallel projection do not form realistic view of object

Auxiliary views utilize an additional projection plane other than the common planes in a multiview. Since the features of an object need to show the true shape and size of the object, the projection plane must be parallel to the object surface. Therefore, any surface that is not in line with the three major axis needs its own projection plane to show the features correctly.

anteroposterior

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anteroposterior

The descriptive term is foliated.