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## Convex curve - Wikipedia

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Any straight line L divides the Euclidean plane to two ... convex if it lies on one side of each of its tangent lines.

## What is the difference between Concave and Convex?

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2 a of a set of points : containing all points in a line joining any two constituent points b of a geometric figure : comprising a convex set when combined with its ...

## Concave Upward and Downward - Math is Fun

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What about when the slope stays the same (straight line)? It could be both! See footnote. ... Concave Downward is also called Concave or Convex Upward.

## Is linear function convex or concave? - Mathematics Stack Exchange

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Dec 18, 2013 ... I was wondering if linear function is convex or concave? ... take any two points on the graph... where would be the line joining those two points ...

## What is the difference between concave and convex? | Reference.com

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Concave mirrors make the viewer appear tall because he has to look up to get a perpendicular line: his eyes appear above him. Convex mirrors make the viewer  ...

## Convex | Definition of Convex by Merriam-Webster

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1a : curved or rounded outward like the exterior of a sphere or circleb : being a continuous function or part of a continuous function with the property that a line ...

## When Is a Set of Lines in Space Convex? - American Mathematical ...

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rather than convex sets of points, we will be talk- ing about convex sets of lines, for example, or of planes. Much of the material that this article deals with is based  ...

## Gurney Journey: Discussion: Convex lines and the figure

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Jan 27, 2013 ... I have run across the idea that the human form should be drawn only with convex lines because "there are no concave lines in the figure.

## Geometry Concepts: Line Intersection and its Applications – topcoder

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A convex hull of a set of points is the smallest convex polygon that contains every one of the points. It is defined by a subset of all ...

## Convex hull trick - PEGWiki

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As we have seen, if the set of relevant lines has already been determined and sorted, it becomes trivial to answer any query in ...