From the figure, identify two points in the interior. - Mathematics

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From the figure, identify two points in the interior.

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Two points in the interior - O, P

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Chapter 4: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Exercise 4.6 [Page 84]

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NCERT Mathematics Class 6 CBSE
Chapter 4 Basic Geometrical Ideas
Exercise 4.6 | Q 1. (e) | Page 84

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