Category:Platonic solids

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English: In solid geometry and some ancient physical theories, a Platonic solid is a convex polyhedron with

  • all its faces being regular polygons of the same size and shape, and
  • the same number of faces meeting at each of its vertices.

Español: En la Geometría sólida, un Sólido de platón, es un sólido que:

  • Todas sus caras son polígonos regulares.
  • En todos sus vértices convergen el mismo número de caras.
System-search.svgSee also category: Polyhedral net

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Pages in category "Platonic solids"

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