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Simple Curve

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

Definition:The curves which donít cross each other are known as simple curves.



In the above figures, you can see that Figure 3 and Figure 4 can be see as crossing each other (shown with red circle).

So, Curves in Figure 3 and Figure 4 can be referred to as Simple Curves.
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