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Truncated cube

Truncated cube

I have created a truncated cube, I would like to tell you about the truncated cube and how I created it.

Laura L's picture

mushroom forest

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This is my fantasy- living in a forest filled with giant mushrooms lol

I created the mushrooms by moving the turtle around the page using the green arrows. once i had placed the turtle where i wanted it i clicked on insert a dish icon. Directly after this i chose insert a cone, and this created the stem. Once i had completed these two moves i moved the turtle to a new space and repeated these steps. once all the mushrooms were formed i clicked on TC which is located above the colour choices.

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Truncated Icosidodecahedron

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The truncated icosidodecahedron is made up of 30 square faces, 20 regular hexagonal faces, 12 regular decagonal faces, 120 vertices and 180 edges. The dihedral angles for this Archimedean solid are as follows:

  • between a hexagonal face and a decagonal face: 142.62 degrees (6-10)

  • between a square face and a decagonal face: 148.28 degrees (4-10)

  • between a square face and a hexagonal face: 159.095 degrees (4-6)
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Cube to Rectangular Prism

Cube and Prism

This cube can be used in a classroom to demonstrate to students the differences between cubes and rectangular prisms.

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Week 2/3 Journal

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Hi VRMath2 Community,

This is my first blog entry onto the site.