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Q: What is a solid consisting of a polygon a point not in the same plane as the polygon and all points between them?

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A nonagon.

The two points and the centre of the earth define a plane, and the intersection of this plane with the surface of the earth is a circle - the "Great Circle". The shortest distance between the two points is the smaller of the two arcs on this circle.

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