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Wild Point Definition

For any point (P) on the boundary of an ordinary ball, find a neighborhood of P for which the intersection with the ball's boundary cuts the neighborhood into two sections, each homeomorphic to a ball. A wild point is a point on the boundary that has no such neighborhood.

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"Wild Point.” From Wolfram MathWorld,, mathworld.wolfram.com/WildPoint.html.

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