# Grouping the Faces That Belong to the Same Vertex of a Polyhedron

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The faces of a polyhedron are divided into congruent parts, and a net is formed from the resulting polyhedron. For the polyhedra in this Demonstration, there are three, four, or five polygons around each vertex. When you choose "show solution", you can switch between numbering or coloring the groups with "numbers/colors".

Contributed by: Izidor Hafner (January 2012)

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Published: January 31 2012