Fenchel's theorem
In differential geometry, Fenchel's theorem is an inequality on the total absolute curvature of a closed smooth space curve, stating that it is always at least . Equivalently, the average curvature is
Jordan curve theorem
In topology, the Jordan curve theorem asserts that every Jordan curve (a plane simple closed curve) divides the plane into an "interior" region bounded by the curve and an "exterior" region containing
Fundamental theorem of curves
In differential geometry, the fundamental theorem of space curves states that every regular curve in three-dimensional space, with non-zero curvature, has its shape (and size or scale) completely dete
Tennis ball theorem
In geometry, the tennis ball theorem states that any smooth curve on the surface of a sphere that divides the sphere into two equal-area subsets without touching or crossing itself must have at least
Pestov–Ionin theorem
The Pestov–Ionin theorem in the differential geometry of plane curves states that every simple closed curve of curvature at most one encloses a unit disk.