Practical solid geometry or descriptive geometry deals with the representation of points, lines, planes and solids on a flat surface.
Orthographic projection is one of the four most commonly used methods of projection. In orthographic projection, an object is represented by two or three views on the mutual perpendicular projection planes. Each projection view represents two dimensions of an object.
For the complete description of the three dimensional object at least two or three views are required.
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