Encountered the following statement while reading a paper where it was stated without proof - am wondering why its true.
Suppose $P$ is a polytope, $M$ is a convex subset of $P$. Define $f(M)$ to be the minimal face of $P$ which contains $M$. Then there is a point in $M$ which is in the relative interior of $f(M)$.
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10 months ago