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### What is a bitruncation?

A bitruncation is an operation on a regular polytope in which every edge is lost and every face is reduced in size. Full Answer

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A tetrahedron is the simplest polytope with strictly triangular faces. The tetrahedron has six faces and has slightly raised two opposite vertices of the base of a quadratic pyramid. Full Answer

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William Jockusch has written: 'Cutting a polytope' Full Answer

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Helmut Emde has written: 'Homogene Polytope' -- subject(s): Polytopes Full Answer

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In geometry, an octahedron (plural: octahedra) is a polyhedron with eight faces. A regular octahedron is a Platonic solid composed of eight equilateral triangles, four of which meet at each vertex. It is a 3-dimensional cross polytope (shape). ---Wikipedia Full Answer

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In four dimensional geometry, the tesseract, also called an 8-cell or regular octachoron, is the four-dimensional analog of the cube, which is in turn the three dimensional analog of the square. The tesseract is to the cube as the cube… Full Answer

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An associahedron is a convex polytope in which each vertex corresponds to a way of correctly inserting opening and closing parentheses in a word of n letters and the edges correspond to a single application of the associativity rule. Full Answer

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Since geometry creates solids in time and space, the latter may be the sole way of specifically answering the question. Being more specific, we find that Alicia Boole, the daughter of George Boole (Boolean algebra) coined the term "polytope" but… Full Answer

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A dual is almost like the opposite of a given polytope. For example, a regular octahedron is the dual of a cube.Look at the similarities between duals with the example of a cube and regular octahedron:Cube:Vertices: 8Edges: 12Faces: 6Edges per… Full Answer

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A hypercube, a generalization of the cube to more than three dimensions, is called a "n-cube" or "measure polytope". The tesseract is the four-dimensional version most often seen depicted, which seems to be (in two dimensions) a box hanging inside… Full Answer

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A polygon is a 2-dimentional polytope. The polytope extends the idea out of the plane (the 2 dimensions in which a polygon is confined), and is a more general term. A polygon is a planar geometric figure constructed using 3… Full Answer

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it is regular Full Answer

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regular = regular Full Answer

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a triangle is not regular Full Answer

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A regular pyramid is a right pyramid whose base is a regular polygon.There are only three regular pyramids: a regular tetrahedron, a regular square pyramid, and a regular pentagonal pyramid. Full Answer

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Regular expression is built in and the regular definition has to build from regular expression........ Full Answer

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more regular, most regular Full Answer

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Regular is an adjective, and more rarely a noun (a regular soldier, or regular patron). Full Answer

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I looked it up I hope it's right.In polytopesA cell is a three-dimensional polyhedron element that is part of the boundary of a higher-dimensional polytope, such as a polychoron (4-polytope) or honeycomb (3-space tessellation)For example, a cubic honeycomb is made… Full Answer

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A regular tessellation uses only one regular polygon. A semi-regular tessellation is based on two or more regular polygons. Full Answer

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A regular tessellation is based on only one regular polygonal shape. A semi-regular tessellation is based on two or more regular polygons. Full Answer

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Regular is an adjective, as in to put something in its regular place. Regular in a noun, as in the restaurant can always find a table for a regular customer. Full Answer

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11 regular hendecagon 12 regular dodecagon 13 regular triskaidecagon 14 regular tetradecagon 15 regular pentadecagon 16 regular hexadecagon 17 regular heptadecagon 18 regular octadecagon 19 regular enneadecagon 20 regular icosagon Full Answer

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There are hundreds of terms associated with Geometry. A list of sixteen Geometry terms starting with just the letter P are Pythagorean theorem, Pi, pyramid, polygon, parabola, polytope, points, planes, projective geometry, platonic solids, parallel, power center, pedal triangle, prototile… Full Answer

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A regular shaft has regular flex. Full Answer

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Only when its an equilateral triangle then it is a regular polygon Full Answer

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It depends on what type of regular polygon. For example: regular triangle, regular pentagon, etc. Full Answer

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There is no verb of 'regular'. regular is either a noun or a adjective Full Answer

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First you must define what regular is! Regular means what? Regular coffee has cream and sugar to me, but if someone drinks black coffee, is not their regular different from my regular? Full Answer

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Semi-regular tessellation is a tessellation of the plane by 2 or more different convex regular polygons. A semi-regular tessellation combines two or more regular polygons. Each semi-regular tessellation has a tupelo, which designates what kind of regular polygon is used. Full Answer

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January-Bulldog(Regular) February-Googles/Duck(Regular) March-Yorkie(Regular) April-Alley Cat(Regular) May-Cocker Spaniel (Regular) June-Pink Pony(Regular) July-Spotted Frog(Regular) August-Grey Arabian(Regular) September-Leopard (Regular) October- Golden Retriever (Regular) November-Pug(Regular) December-Koala(Regular) Regular means just plain Webkinz size. All 2009 pets of the month. Full Answer

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Regular. I skate goofy but i think it's regular. Full Answer

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the exterior of a regular pentagon is? the exterior of a regular pentagon is? Full Answer

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There are only three regular polygons which can make a regular tessellation? Full Answer

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No, they will not. Full Answer

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The cast of Windy City Jamboree - 1950 includes: John Dalz as Regular Dick Edwards as Regular Jimmy McPartland as Regular Paula Ray as Regular WooWoo Stephens as Regular Bud Tygett as Regular Gloria Van as Regular Full Answer

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no its not regular. Full Answer

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Regular. Full Answer

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its a not regular polygon Full Answer

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