The rhombitruncated icosahedron is one of the thirteen Archimedean solids.
The rhombitruncated icosahedron has 120 vertices, 62 faces and 180 edges.
It is generated by truncating the vertices and edges of an icosahedron or of
a dodecahedron. Here the distance from vertex to center point is scaled to 1; the
The coordinates of the rhombitruncated icosahedron where computed with polymake.
The planes with normals showing to the icosahedron vertices with distance
, the planes with normals showing to
dodecahedron vertices with distance
and the planes with normals showing to the icosidodecahedron vertices with distance
to the center point where intersected, the intersection points are the vertices of the rhombitruncated Icosahedron.
Model produced with: JavaView 2.00.005
|Keywords||rhombitruncated icosahedron; Archimedean solid; polyhedron|
Submitted: Fri Sep 1 16:24:12 MET 2000.
Accepted: Thu Oct 25 14:19:08 MDT 2001.
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