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Region of Curve

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

Definition:Total area which includes Boundary as well Interior of Curve, is referred to as “Region of Closed Curve”

In the following Close Curve:



Red denotes Boundary of Closed Curve and Green denoted Interior of Closed Curve.

And total of red + green area is referred to “Region of given Closed Curve”

Points A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I & J all fall with-in the Region of given Closed Curve.

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