Convex Polyhedron

Convex Polyhedron

A polyhedron in which every line segment that connects two non-consecutive vertices lies entirely inside the polyhedron.
A non-convex polyhedron is sometimes called a concave polyhedron. However, this expression is obsolete.


This is a convex polyhedron:

Polyèdre convexe

This polyhedron is not convex:

Polyèdre non convexe

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