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Interior of Curve

 Simple Curve Open Curve Closed Curve Interior of Curve Exterior of Curve Boundary of Curve Region of Curve

Definition: The area which is inside of a closed curve, is referred to as “Interior of Curve”

In other words, area inside the boundary of closed curve, is called “Interior of Curve”

In the following Closed Curve:

Area highlighted with Green is interior of Closed Curved.

And points A, B, C, D, E & F all lie in the interior of this closed curve.