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Kepler Poinsot Polyhedra

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Paper Models of Polyhedra Collection 4: Kepler-Poinsot Polyhedra
Modeling of Kepler-Poinsot Solid Using Isomorphic Polyhedral Graph
Especially,. Kepler-Poinsot solids are formed by modifications of dodecahedron and icosahedron.
Polyhedra - Department of Mathematics
concave regular polyhedra are the Kepler-Poinsot solids.
Important Things to Know About. Polyhedra. • Elements of Polyhedra.
The four higher-order regular polyhedra are called the “Kepler-Poinsot solids”.

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KeplerPoinsot polyhedron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In geometry, a KeplerPoinsot polyhedron is any of four regular star polyhedra.
Kepler-Poinsot Polyhedra
The Kepler-Poinsot Polyhedra. If we do not require polyhedra to be convex, we can find four more regular solids.
The Kepler-Poinsot Polyhedra
The Kepler-Poinsot Polyhedra. rednote.gif A polyhedron is regular if the faces are a single kind of regular polygon and the vertices are all the same.
Pictures of Kepler-Poinsot Polyhedra
Kepler-Poinsot Solids
Oct 3, 1997 A natural extension is to extend the faces of a three-dimensional solid ( polyhedron) until they meet.

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