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Euler's Polyhedral Formula
Let the number of vertices, edges, and faces of a polyhedron be
,
, and
. The Euler characteristic,
, is always 2 for convex polyhedra. This Demonstration shows Euler's polyhedral formula
for the Platonic solids.
Contributed by:
Hector Zenil
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Polyhedral Formula
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Euler's Polyhedral Formula
" from
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/EulersPolyhedralFormula/
Contributed by:
Hector Zenil
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