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Fri, 29 Mar 2019 19:12:44 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=54#comment-4196[…] polyhedra, 3D shapes with flat faces, straight edges and sharp corners or “vertices”. In 1750, Euler discovered that for any convex (with all its faces pointing outwards) polyhedron, the number of vertices minus […]
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Thu, 07 Mar 2019 15:24:13 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=54#comment-4122[…] 3D shapes with flat faces, straight edges and sharp corners or “vertices”. In 1750, Euler discovered that for any convex (with all its faces pointing outwards) polyhedron, the number of vertices minus […]
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Sat, 23 Feb 2019 13:14:56 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=54#comment-4085[…] 3-D shapes with flat faces, straight edges and sharp corners or “vertices”. In 1750, Euler discovered that for any convex (with all its faces pointing outwards) polyhedron, the number of vertices minus […]
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Thu, 21 Feb 2019 09:02:42 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=54#comment-4082[…] polyhedra, 3D shapes with flat faces, straight edges and sharp corners or “vertices”. In 1750, Euler discovered that for any convex (with all its faces pointing outwards) polyhedron, the number of vertices minus […]
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Wed, 20 Feb 2019 23:31:13 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=54#comment-4080[…] 3-D shapes with flat faces, straight edges and sharp corners or “vertices”. In 1750, Euler discovered that for any convex (with all its faces pointing outwards) polyhedron, the number of vertices minus […]
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Wed, 20 Feb 2019 19:11:39 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=54#comment-4079[…] 3D shapes with flat faces, straight edges and sharp corners or “ vertices”. In 1750, Euler discovered that for any convex (with all its faces pointing outwards) polyhedron, the number of vertices […]
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Wed, 20 Feb 2019 14:16:53 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=54#comment-4078[…] polyhedra, 3D shapes with flat faces, straight edges and sharp corners or “vertices”. In 1750, Euler discovered that for any convex (with all its faces pointing outwards) polyhedron, the number of vertices minus […]
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Wed, 20 Feb 2019 12:51:36 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=54#comment-4077[…] polyhedra, 3D shapes with flat faces, straight edges and sharp corners or “vertices”. In 1750, Euler discovered that for any convex (with all its faces pointing outwards) polyhedron, the number of vertices minus […]
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By: Platonic solids and a theory of everything – Outside the Hexahedron
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Tue, 31 Jul 2018 16:38:08 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=54#comment-3255[…] https://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/2008/03/01/platonic-solids-and-eulers-formula-for-polyhedra… – a fellow WordPress site. They apparently ripped the picture I took from them but the link on their page isn’t working, so I’m thanking them, too. They have a cool website anyway:) […]
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By: Strong equidistribution of points on the n-sphere - MathHub
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Fri, 08 Apr 2016 08:29:26 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=54#comment-2635[…] – a consequence from the fact that there are only five Platonic solids, which in turn is a consequence of Eulers theorem, for which in turn there is a whole bunch of […]
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