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Abstract

The descriptive geometry is a science was created to systematize and improve the design process in century XVIII. However, the teaching of descriptive geometry since then is not associated with design. The descriptive geometry is seen by professors as a pure science, like mathematics or physics, where a high abstraction level is demanded from students to understand representation techniques and geometric problems. Besides, the use of computational resources in the education of descriptive geometry has a great potential, but it is neglected yet.

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Descriptive geometry, Design based learning, Solid models, Perspective.

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Qurbanov Abdimalik Jo`rayevich, “INTERDISCIPLINARY INTEGRATION OF THE SCIENCE OF DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 6, no. ICDSIIL, p. 3, Jan. 2021.