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Transforming One Rhombic 210-hedron into Another
This Demonstration shows the transformation of a rhombic 210-hedron into another rhombic 210-hedron. It consists of augmenting the first polyhedron with prolate golden rhombohedra at vertices of three-fold symmetry.
Contributed by:
Izidor Hafner
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I. Hafner, "Golden Rhombic Polyhedra,"
Symmetry: Culture and Science
,
11
(1–4), 2000 pp. 337–359.
RELATED LINKS
Rhombic Dodecahedron
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MathWorld
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Rhombic Triacontahedron
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MathWorld
)
Zonohedron
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MathWorld
)
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Transforming One Rhombic 210-hedron into Another
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/TransformingOneRhombic210HedronIntoAnother/
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Izidor Hafner
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