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icosidodecahedron


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One of the Archimedean solids, with 12 pentagonal faces and 20 triangular faces. It can be formed by cutting off the corners of a dodecahedron to obtain a polyhedron whose vertices lie at the midpoints of the edges of the original dodecahedron. It can also be formed by cutting off the corners of an icosahedron to obtain a polyhedron whose vertices lie at the midpoints of the edges of the original icosahedron.

Subjects: Mathematics.


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