a plane figure by a curve line but without a common center

Hi Jibson,

I'd love to answer your question, but I can't figure out what it is you're asking. If you could rephrase your question and give me a little more detail as to what it is you'd like to know, I'd be better able to help you out.

Be sure to specify what it is you're talking about: are you asking about an airplane, a figure on a plane (a flat surface) or a plain (unadorned) figure?

And lastly, please use punctuation. I don't answer inquiries that do not use punctuation.

Thank you,


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