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Peter R. Polyhedra have cropped up in many different guises throughout recorded history. In modern times, polyhedra and their symmetries have been cast in a new light by combinatorics an d group theory. This book comprehensively documents the many and varied ways that polyhedra have come to the fore throughout the development of mathematics.

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Polyhedron A 3-D solid which consists of a collection of Polygons , usually joined at their Edges. The word derives from the Greek poly many plus the Indo-European hedron seat. A polyhedron is the 3-D version of the more general Polytope , which can be defined on arbitrary dimensions.

A Convex Polyhedron can be defined as the set of solutions to a system of linear inequalities. A polyhedron is said to be regular if its Faces and Vertex Figures are Regular not necessarily Convex polygons Coxeter , p.

A Convex polyhedron is called Semiregular if its Faces have a similar arrangement of nonintersecting regular plane Convex polygons of two or more different types about each Vertex Holden , p. These solids are more commonly called the Archimedean Solids , and there are 13 of them. There are also infinite families of Prisms and Antiprisms. There exist exactly 92 Convex Polyhedra with Regular Polygonal faces and not necessary equivalent vertices.

They are known as the Johnson Solids. Polyhedra with identical Vertices related by a symmetry operation are known as Uniform Polyhedra. There are 75 such polyhedra in which only two faces may meet at an Edge , and 76 in which any Even number of faces may meet.

Of these, 37 were discovered by Badoureau in and 12 by Coxeter and Miller ca. Polyhedra can be superposed on each other with the sides allowed to pass through each other to yield additional Polyhedron Compounds. Those made from Regular Polyhedra have symmetries which are especially aesthetically pleasing. The graphs corresponding to polyhedra skeletons are called Schlegel Graphs.

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Polyhedron A 3-D solid which consists of a collection of Polygons , usually joined at their Edges. The word derives from the Greek poly many plus the Indo-European hedron seat. A polyhedron is the 3-D version of the more general Polytope , which can be defined on arbitrary dimensions. A Convex Polyhedron can be defined as the set of solutions to a system of linear inequalities. A polyhedron is said to be regular if its Faces and Vertex Figures are Regular not necessarily Convex polygons Coxeter , p. A Convex polyhedron is called Semiregular if its Faces have a similar arrangement of nonintersecting regular plane Convex polygons of two or more different types about each Vertex Holden , p.

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