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Topic: Small and great stellated dodecahedra
Replies: 4   Last Post: Oct 11, 1995 9:11 AM

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John Conway

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Re: Polyhedra
Posted: Oct 11, 1995 9:08 AM
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> On Tue, 10 Oct 1995 58@ginger.princeton.edu wrote:
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> > I have a question about the small stellated dodecahedron and the great
> > stellated icosahedron. What are the angles in the triangles which form the
> > stellations for each solid? I have exhausted my references and can not find
> > any information.
> >
> > Art Johnson

>
> I presume you mean the small and great stellated dodecahedra (there
> being no "great stellated icosahedron"). In each case, the
> real face is a regular pentagram, and the triangles that are all you
> can see of the faces (if you make them opaque) are isosceles
> triangles with angles 72,72,36 degrees.
>
> John Conway
> .
>
> I have just reposted this, since the original misprinted "no"

as "to". JHC
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