Follow

Symmetric graphs constructed as the state spaces of rolling dice of different shapes: math.stackexchange.com/questio
It doesn't say so in the post, but Ed Pegg pointed out separately to me that if you do this with a regular octahedron (d8) you get the Nauru graph. A dodecahedron (d12) should get you a nice 5-regular 120-vertex graph (because each face has 10 orientations) – anyone have any idea what's known about this graph?

Sign in to participate in the conversation
Mathstodon

A Mastodon instance for maths people. The kind of people who make \(\pi z^2 \times a\) jokes.

Use \( and \) for inline LaTeX, and \[ and \] for display mode.