I am a bit confused regarding convex and affine set. When they mention set, does it mean the set consisting of all the points belonging to the line or shape respectively?
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Yes. A line or a shape is typically defined as a set of points, namely the set of points that you think of as "belonging to" or "lying on" the shape.