Two or more sections are often cut at 90 degrees to one another to give additional information, unless the space or object is very simple. The slice should be taken where it will BEST illustrate the relationship between significant components of an object or interior space. It is ideally cut in a continuous straight plane but may be cut in jogs. The location of this cut is indicated on the floor plan or elevation (whichever is the base drawing) with a graphical symbol. (This symbol gives the section an identification number with an arrow that shows the direction the person is looking when viewing the final section drawing.) The arrow on the building section symbol shows the direction of the view….