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coincident geometry

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  1. [ESRI software] In a geodatabase, how the coordinates of coincident features are stored. For example, if two lines are coincident, they will both be drawn in ArcMap, with one line lying precisely on top of the other. For two adjacent polygons, the coordinates for the shared boundary will be stored with each polygon and the boundary will be drawn twice.

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