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Topic: Which regular polyhedra have parallel sides?
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Re: Which regular polyhedra have parallel sides?
Posted: Jul 24, 2014 6:16 PM
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In article <lqrobn$k1v$2@online.de>, "IV" <ivgroups@onlinehome.de>

> .... which regular polyhedra have at least two parallel sides, and which have no
> parallel sides? ....

Strictly speaking, none. A polyhedron has vertices, edges and faces;
not sides. Zeit Geist's approach should help you to answer the question
either for edges or for faces, whichever you want.

Ken Pledger.

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