The JGV instance above shows a truncated icosahedron.

The twelve white faces are regular pentagons;

the other twenty faces are regular hexagons.

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Octahedron | |

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Interlocked tetrahedra | |

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Icosahedron | |

Back to my homepage | Dodecahedron |

A cube inscribed in a dodecahedron | |

Truncated octahedron | |

Truncated tetrahedron | |

Truncated cube | |

Truncated icosahedron | |

Truncated cube / octahedron |

*I made this page by substituting my own data in a *Geometry Center *webpage.*

Prof. Joel Roberts

School of Mathematics

University of Minnesota

Minneapolis, MN 55455

USA

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