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Descriptive geometry is the branch of geometry which allows the representation of three-dimensional objects in two dimensions by using a specific set of procedures. The resulting techniques are important for engineering, architecture, design and in art. The theoretical basis for descriptive geometry is provided by planar geometric projections
Descriptive Geometry. Book · January 2015 with 2,306 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. The textbook covers the entire course of descriptive geometry, including material for depth study of the subject. Theoretical questions are supplemented by a large number of examples and algorithms for solving practical problems. The textbook is intended for students of engineering specialties, which are studying the subject "Descriptive Geometry". eBook Packages Springer Book Archive. Reprints and Permissions.
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Descriptive geometry deals with physical space, the kind that you have been used since birth. Things you see around you and even things that you cannot see have geometry
Descriptive geometry deals with physical space, the kind that you have been used since birth. Things you see around you and even things that you cannot see have geometry. All these things concern geometric objects almost always in relationship to one another that sometimes requires us to make sense of it all-in other words, when we try to solve geometric problems albeit in architecture, engineering, science.