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First, it's important to realize what "behind" means here, which could be confusing. The way it's being used in this context, "S1 is behind S2" doesn't actually mean that S1 is totally obscured by S2 from the camera position. Rather, it means that S1 is behind the plane containing S2. This means it's impossible for any part of S1 to ...


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