Permalink Submitted by Anonymous on September 14, 2012

I implied that Polygons, cant have holes, but most mathematicians define them so that they can have holes. Anyways, I think you defined them the former, way so I was going with that. In the latter case, my example of a non convex polyhedron with Euler characteristic 3 is a pretty useful one.

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I implied that Polygons, cant have holes, but most mathematicians define them so that they can have holes. Anyways, I think you defined them the former, way so I was going with that. In the latter case, my example of a non convex polyhedron with Euler characteristic 3 is a pretty useful one.