Maths and Stats by Email | Polyhedra: "Article: Neuroscientist discovers new solid shapes
Mathematicians love regular shapes. A regular two-dimensional shape has all its sides the same length, and all its angles equal. Even if you don’t recognise the name, you already know plenty of regular shapes – squares, equilateral triangles, or even 50 cent coins. But regular shapes aren’t always easy; things get a bit trickier in three dimensions.
Read about the new shapes and try building your own three dimensional shapes!
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