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polyhedral

 [pol″e-he´dral]
having many sides or surfaces.

pol·y·he·dral

(pol'ē-hē'drăl),
Having many sides or facets.
[G. polyedros, many-sided, fr. poly- + G. hedra, seat, facet]

polyhedral

/poly·he·dral/ (-he´dril) having many sides or surfaces.

polyhedral

having many sides or surfaces.

polyhedral

having many sides or surfaces.
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If the number of intersections of the ray and the polyhedron's surfaces (polygons) is odd then the point is inside the polyhedron, otherwise it is outside the polyhedron.
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