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a line. Note, to be a polygon, the minimum number of sides is 3. In topology, you can have a '1-sided' object, which is called a Moebius strip.

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a line. Note, to be a polygon, the minimum number of sides is 3. In topology, you can have a '1-sided' object, which is called a Moebius strip.

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