Tetrahedron to Cuboctahedron
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Expansion radially displaces the edges and faces of a polyhedron, keeping their orientations and sizes constant, while the gaps are filled in with new faces.
Contributed by: Ralf Schaper (March 2011)
Suggested by: Arnold Kirsch
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"Tetrahedron to Cuboctahedron"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project
Published: March 7 2011