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Decagonal trapezohedron

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Decagonal trapezohedron

Decagonal trapezohedron
Type trapezohedra
Coxeter diagram
Faces 20 kites
Edges 40
Vertices 22
Face configuration V10.3.3.3
Symmetry group D10d, [2+,20], (2*10), order 40
Rotation group D10, [2,10]+, (2.2.10), order 20
Dual polyhedron Decagonal antiprism
Properties convex, face-transitive

The decagonal trapezohedron (or decagonal deltohedron) is the eighth in an infinite series of face-uniform polyhedra which are dual polyhedron to the antiprisms. It has twenty faces which are congruent kites.

See also

Family of trapezohedra V.n.3.3.3
Config. V2.3.3.3 V3.3.3.3 V4.3.3.3 V5.3.3.3 V6.3.3.3 V7.3.3.3 V8.3.3.3 ...V10.3.3.3 ...V12.3.3.3 ...V∞.3.3.3

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