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A polytope is informally dubbed degenerate when it satisfies certain undesirable properties. These might possibly include coplanar or coincident elements, skew elements or non-dyadicity.
There is currently no single definition for what it means for a shape to be degenerate. As such, this term should be avoided in formal discussion, unless the specific cases for which the term will be used are agreed upon beforehand.
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