Acronym | sirsido |
Name |
small retrosnub disoctahedron, compound of 2 gike |
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Circumradius | sqrt[(5-sqrt(5))/8] = 0.587785 |
Inradius | sqrt[(7-3 sqrt(5))/24] = 0.485556 |
Vertex figure | [3^{5}] |
General of army | x3f4o |
Colonel of regiment | passipsido |
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Faces of an octahedral subset of triangles pairwise fall into coincident face planes. So either those can be considered separately (type A); or they are considered as (rotated) 2-triangle-compounds (type B).
(Type A) 24 | 4 1 | 3 2 || 1 -----+-------+-------++-- 2 | 48 * | 1 1 || 1 2 | * 12 | 2 0 || 1 -----+-------+-------++-- 3 | 2 1 | 24 * || 1 3 | 3 0 | * 16 || 1 -----+-------+-------++-- ♦ 12 | 24 6 | 12 8 || 2
(Type B) 24 | 4 1 | 3 2 || 1 -----+-------+------++-- 2 | 48 * | 1 1 || 1 2 | * 12 | 2 0 || 1 -----+-------+------++-- 3 | 2 1 | 24 * || 1 6 | 6 0 | * 8 || 2 -----+-------+------++-- ♦ 12 | 24 6 | 12 8 || 2
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