On Some Regular Toroids
Article by Lajos Szilassi
In collections: Easily explained, Things to make and do
As it is known, in a regular polyhedron every face has the same number of edges and every vertex has the same number of edges, as well. A polyhedron is called topologically regular if further conditions (e.g. on the angle of the faces or the edges)...
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