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English: An assortment of polygons.
Through «fill-rule='evenodd'», the SVG code evokes a difficulty to define a polygon in mathematics, notably to define its interior or its surface  (there are several ways to attribute to the hexagon of the image an "interior" or  a "surface")  —  see this page for more informations —.
Français : Un assortiment de polygones.
Avec «fill-rule='evenodd'», le code SVG code évoque une difficulté à définir un polygone en mathématiques, notamment pour lui attribuer son intérieur ou sa surface  (il existe plusieurs façons d’attribuer à l’hexagone de l’image un "intérieur" ou une "surface").
Date 28 June 2007
Source Based on Polygons.png by Guy Inchbald (Public Domain)
Author CountingPine
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