Consider an $n$-dimensional convex polytope with $k$ vertices. In the worst case the number of faces is exponential in $n$ and $k$. Consider a $2$-dimensional plane which intersects this polytope, i.e., it intersects only a subset of all faces. Can I bound the number of such intersected faces? In the worst case, will this number be a polynomial in $n$ and $k$ or still exponential?
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