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descriptive geometry

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noun

the theory of making projections of any accurately defined figure such that its projective as well as its metrical properties can be deduced from them.
geometry in general, treated by means of projections.

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Origin of descriptive geometry

First recorded in 1815–25
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descriptive geometry

noun

the study of the projection of three-dimensional figures onto a plane surface
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