
Definition of Regular convex polyhedron
1. Noun. Any one of five solids whose faces are congruent regular polygons and whose polyhedral angles are all congruent.
Generic synonyms: Polyhedron
Specialized synonyms: Regular Tetrahedron, Cube, Regular Hexahedron, Regular Dodecahedron, Regular Octahedron, Regular Icosahedron
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Regular Convex Polyhedron
Literary usage of Regular convex polyhedron
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1. Plane and Solid Geometry by George Albert Wentworth (1904)
"Hence, one regular convex polyhedron is possible with squares. 3. Since each
angle of a regular pentagon is 108° (§ 206), a convex polyhedral angle may be ..."
2. Plane and Solid Geometry by George Albert Wentworth (1899)
"Hence, one regular convex polyhedron is possible with squares. 3. Since each
angle of a regular pentagon is 108° (§ 206), a convex polyhedral angle may be ..."
3. Plane and Solid Geometry by George Wentworth, David Eugene Smith (1913)
"Hence one regular convex polyhedron is possible with squares. 3. Since each angle
of a regular pentagon is 108° (§ 145), a convex polyhedral angle may be ..."
4. Plane and Solid Geometry by George Albert Wentworth (1899)
"Hence, one regular convex polyhedron is possible with squares. 3. Since each
angle of a regular pentagon is 108° (§ 206), a convex polyhedral angle may be ..."
5. Solid Geometry by George Albert Wentworth (1902)
"Hence, one regular convex polyhedron is possible with squares. 3. Since each
angle of a regular pentagon is 108° (§ 206), a convex polyhedral angle may be ..."
6. Elementary Geometry, Plane and Solid: For Use in High Schools and Academies by Thomas Franklin Holgate (1901)
"Since the interior angle of an equilateral triangle is 60 degrees, if the faces
of a regular convex polyhedron are equilateral triangles, at each vertex ..."
7. A Textbook of Geometry by George Albert Wentworth (1898)
"Hence only one regular convex polyhedron is possible with squares. 3. Since each
angle of a regular pentagon is 108°, a convex polyhedral angle may be ..."
8. Solid Geometry by George Albert Wentworth (1899)
"Hence, one regular convex polyhedron is possible with squares. 3. Since each
angle of a regular pentagon is 108° (§ 206), a convex polyhedral angle may be ..."