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ENGG 1101 - GRAPHICS
Engineering Graphics will provide an integrated study of the basis of mechanical drawing, projection theory and descriptive geometry. Freehand sketching, instrument drawing and computer-aided drafting are used to apply theory and conventional practices in orthographic, multi-view, axonometric, oblique and perspective projections. Analysis and synthesis made of theoretical and applied problems involving the size, shape and/or relative positions of geometric magnitudes such as points, lines and planes in space.

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Description Engineering Graphics will provide an integrated study of the basis of mechanical drawing, projection theory and descriptive geometry. Freehand sketching, instrument drawing and computer-aided drafting are used to apply theory and conventional practices in orthographic, multi-view, axonometric, oblique and perspective projections. Analysis and synthesis made of theoretical and applied problems involving the size, shape and/or relative positions of geometric magnitudes such as points, lines and planes in space.
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 4.00
Credit Types Standard

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