#### Open and Closed Figures

#### Open Figure

If starting point and the end point of a figure are not same, then the figure is an Open Figure.

#### Closed Figure

If starting point and the end point of a figure are same, then the figure is a Closed Figure.

#### Open and Closed Figures – Examples

**Example 1**

Is the given figure a closed figure?

**Explanation:**

If starting point and the end point of a figure are same, then the figure is a closed figure.

In the given figure, starting and end point of a figure are same.

Hence, the given figure is a closed figure.

**Example 2**

Is the given figure is an open figure?

**Explanation:**

If starting point and the end point of a figure are not same, then the figure is an open figure.

In the given figure, starting and end point of a figure are not same.

Hence, the given figure is an open figure.

**Example 3**

Is the given figure a closed figure?

**Explanation:**

If starting point and the end point of a figure are same, then the figure is a closed figure.

In the given figure, starting and end point of a figure are not same.

Hence, the given figure is not a closed figure.

**Example 4**

Is the given figure is an open figure?

**Explanation:**

If starting point and the end point of a figure are not same, then the figure is an open figure.

In the given figure, starting and end point of a figure are same.

Hence, the given figure is not an open figure.

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