1. algekalipso · December 23

    Oh my gosh, you are right! Thanks for pointing it out. It makes sense, because the tetrated dodecahedron would need an additional symmetry breaking element to be the intersection of regular solids (maybe achievable with three solids intersecting? definitely not possible with just two).
    I don’t think I can’t rename the file, though. But I appreciate you pointing it out. 🙂


  2. RobertLovesPi · December 23

    Are you sure you didn’t mean to identify the icosidodecahedron, rather than the tetrated dodecahedron? I can see the icosidodecahedron in the figure you show. It’s green.


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