¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### Definition of Trihedrons

**1.** trihedron [n] - See also: trihedron

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### Literary usage of Trihedrons

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**1.** *Medici's Rational Mathematics* by Charles Medici (1895)

"... relation exists between **trihedrons** and circles, as well as between squares
and circles. The characteristic difference in the relation of these forms, ..."**2.** *American Men of Science: A Biographical Directory* by Jaques Cattell, Jaques Cattell Press (1921)

"Approximate longitudes from observations of the moon in the polaris vertical
circle; relation between empirical and inertia! **trihedrons** of gravitational ..."**3.** *A History of the British Stalk-eyed Crustacea* by Thomas Bell (1853)

"The first pair of legs are the longest and are equal ; the arm is **trihedrons**,
the wrist short and slightly inflated, the hand rounded, inflated, ..."**4.** *Mathematical Questions and Solutions* (1892)

"For the lines of the tetrahedral complex tic + ad = 0, the quadruples are
harmonical, &c. econd kind of isosceles tetrahedrons, the four **trihedrons** of which ..."**5.** *Handbook of Mathematics for Engineers and Engineering Students* by Joseph Claudel (1906)

"equilateral triangles into two **trihedrons**. A much simpler method is as follows:
a being the edge of the octahedron, and C one of the dihedral angles, ..."