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Triangulations of lattice polygons
I can't argue with i=0, b=3, A=1. I should have tested this. |
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Triangulations of lattice polygons
I would think it's -2 except that this can be compared to Euler's polyhedral formula F+V=E+2, flattened to 2D, and F has to include the one face outside the bounded figure. A+1=F |
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Triangulations of lattice polygons
added a formula for non-integer areas |
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