RandomPointIn Command

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RandomPointIn( <Region> )

Creates a random point inside given polygon or (full) conic.

RandomPointIn( <List of Points> )

Returns a random point inside the polygon with given vertices.

Example: RandomPointIn(Polygon(A,B,C)) and RandomPointIn(A,B,C) both give random point inside triangle ABC.

To get a random point that belongs to the list use Random Element instead.

RandomPointIn( <xMin>, <xMax>, <yMin>, <yMax> )

Creates a random point with x-coordinate from interval [xMin,xMax] and y-coordinate from interval [yMin, yMax].

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