Chains of Regular Polygons and Polyhedra

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Two polygons are said to be linked if they share an edge; two polyhedra are linked if they share a face. Regular polygons or polyhedra of the same size are linked sequentially to form chains. A chain may twist and curl back to link to a previous figure, forming a closed loop.

Contributed by: George Beck (August 2007)
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