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Authors

Darryl Francis

Abstract

In a previous article, I examined the names of the Johnson solids. A quick reminder; the 92 Johnson solids are a set of three-dimensional solids who faces are a mixture of triangles, squares, pentagons, hexagons, octagons, and decagons. Three constraints apply to the solids: (1) all their edges must be the same length, (2) the faces must be regular, and (3) there came be no dimples in their surfaces.

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