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PolyhedronData   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
PolyhedronData[poly, " property"] gives the value of the specified property for the polyhedron named poly.PolyhedronData[poly] gives an image of the polyhedron named ...
Polyhedron Operations Package   (Polyhedron Operations Package Tutorial)
A Platonic solid is a convex polyhedron whose faces and vertices are all of the same type. There are five such solids. There are also a few nonconvex polyhedra known that ...
Geometry`Polytopes`   (Mathematica Compatibility Information)
Geometry`Polytopes` functionality is available in the kernel function PolyhedronData.
FindHamiltonianCycle   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
FindHamiltonianCycle[g] finds a Hamiltonian cycle in the graph g if one exists.
Graphics`Polyhedra`   (Mathematica Compatibility Information)
PolyhedronData has been added to the built-in Mathematica kernel. A new Polyhedron Operations Package has been created.
Mathematical Data   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica provides direct access to a large volume of mathematical data, specially organized and created for Mathematica. The data is available in a wide range of forms ...
Stellate   (Polyhedron Operations Package Symbol)
Stellate[expr] replaces each polygon in graphics expression expr by a pyramid, with the polygon as its base.Stellate[expr, ratio] uses a stellation ratio ratio.
Inequalities   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica uses a large number of original algorithms to provide automatic systemwide support for inequalities and inequality constraints. Whereas equations can often be ...
OpenTruncate   (Polyhedron Operations Package Symbol)
OpenTruncate[expr] truncates each edge of each polygon in graphics expression expr without filling in with a polygon.OpenTruncate[expr, ratio] truncates to the specified ...
Truncate   (Polyhedron Operations Package Symbol)
Truncate[expr] truncates each edge of each polygon in graphics expression expr.Truncate[expr, ratio] truncates to the specified ratio of the edge length.
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