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3-21-2011 @ 11:30AM
Billlop and MattKrotzer are both correct in their definitions.Regarding the importance of polygons, think about how many surfaces it takes to build a sphere. The smallest total amount of surfaces it would take is 6 - but instead of a sphere, you'd actually have a cube. Keep adding more and more surfaces, and your object becomes rounder and rounder. Eventually, you reach the point where your eye can't tell the difference and it looks like an actual ball.
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