Real projective plane
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|Real projective plane|
The fundamental polygon of the real projective plane.
The real projective plane is a non-orientable surface. It forms the surface of several polyhedra of note such as the tetrahemihexahedron and the Petrial tetrahedron.
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- Wikipedia Contributors. "Real projective plane".