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Cuboctahedron

A sphere.

what are the differences between platonic and archimedean solids? physically , naturely and features

Truncated Icosahedron

In general terms, by using the Archimedean principle. If the solid is immersed in a liquid, it will displace a volume of that liquid which is equal to its own volume. The volume of liquid displaced is then measured.

An Archimedean property is the property of the set of real numbers, that for any real number there is always a natural number greater than it.

The snub dodecahedron is an Archimedean solid consisting of 92 faces (80 triangular, 12 pentagonal), 150 edges, and 60 vertices.

I believe that would be the truncated icosahedron! It is pentagons and hexagons, right? Here is a site with pictures:http://www.faculty.fairfield.edu/jmac/rs/polyhedra.htm

In geometry, the truncated cube can be defined as an Archimedean solid. It consists of 14 regular faces (6 octagonal and 8 triangular), 36 edges, and 24 vertices.

An Archimedean screw is another name for an Archimedes' screw, a screw which, when twisted inside a cylinder, raises water from a lower level to a higher level, allowing irrigation of fields.

The truncated icosidodecahedron, also known as the great rhombicosidodecahedron. It has 62 faces comprising 12 decagons20 hexagons and30 squares.

ArcArchimedean solidAntiprismacute triangleacute trianglearcacute triangleAn arc of a circle is one exampleAn arc is a shape. An acute triangle is a shape.

it is plutonic if it hs no line of symetry

Nut and bolt fastener , auger , Archimedean screw ,

Yuan Qing Qiao has written: 'On non-Archimedean spaces'

stating the Archimedean Principle.

an irrigation pump. The Archimedean or Archimedes Screw is a large spiral screw revolving inside a hollow, tight fitting cylinder. It was traditionally hand operated or wind operated by a windmill, and used to raise water efficiently by transferring water from low lying bodies of water into irrigation ditches.

The twist drill uses flutes that act as an Archimedean screw to lift swarf from the hole.

The three spirals found in nature are : 1. logarithmic (in nautilus) 2. fibonacci (in sunflower centre) 3. archimedean (in millipedes)

Rudolf Kellermann has written: 'Die Kulturgeschichte der Schraube' -- subject(s): Archimedean screw, Mechanical movements, Screws

The Water Screw helped to bring water from a lower level to a higher one. :)[ADDED] It's normally called the "Archimedean Screw".

SOLID

A solid.

solid green solid pink solid redsolid orangesolid yellowsolid bluesolid indigosolid purplesolid blackSOLID!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A piece of butter is a solid in solid.