Accès cavité in maxillary molars

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Hi, im a dental student and this question has been troubling me for ages, pls correct me if im wrong, so in textbooks and YouTube videos, they always say the distal boundary is the oblique ridge and in this case the book also use it as a reference as the starting point, but often in videos when they say this after they just draw a line completely in a different place and also in the book as well, isn't the oblique ridge the line in red as I draw, or am I wrong this whole time? doctors in school only told me that it isn't that important in clinical case and just forget about it, but for me I thought that is a good rule to follow if I can understand this it would help a lot
 

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