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Discussion Topic Orthographic projection and isometric projection are two ways to show three-dimensional objects in a two-dimensional space, such as on a piece of paper or a computer screen. Each method gives a different perspective. Do some research and then compare and contrast the two methods for displaying three-dimensional shapes. Then try your hand at creating both types of projections for a simple geometric shape using paper, pencil, and a ruler. In your opinion, what are the pros and cons of each projection? What are the limitations? In which circumstances, environments, or occ

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