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Demonstrations 321 - 340 of 439
Dissecting the Triangular Hebesphenorotunda (Johnson Solid 92)
Two Ways of Folding a Sphinx into a Triangular Dipyramid
Decomposing a Rhombic Solid into a Truncated Octahedron
Dissecting a Rhombic Dodecahedron into an Octahedron and Two Tetrahedra
Dissecting a Rhombic Dodecahedron into Two Cubes
Decomposing a Cuboctahedron into Three Rhombic Dodecahedra and Two Tetrahedra
Dissection of Four Rhombic Dodecahedra into a Truncated Tetrahedron and a Tetrahedron
Three Polyhedra with Rectangular Nets
Folding and Unfolding Polyhedral Nets
Polyhedra with Prismatic Symmetry
Symmetric Decompositions of a Rhombic Triacontahedron
Two Polyhedra with D2 Symmetry
Dissection of a Cube into Five Solids
Proposition 3, Book XII, Euclid's Elements
Deriving a Bilunabirotunda from Rhombic Solids
Two Operations on Rhombic Solids
Dissection of Two Truncated Octahedra into a Cube
Hanegraaf's Dissection of a Truncated Octahedron into a Hexagonal Prism
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