Name any 5 platonic solids and state their properties.
Verify the Euler's formula for each.
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everything you need is here
honestly, to help you, i'd have to read this myself.... soz:(
@Empty because im not very familiar with Euler's formula.
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What are Platonic Solids?
These are the platonic solids. They're just some pretty shapes, kind of like 3D versions of regular polygons:
They obey Euler's characteristic formula:
This is actually much simpler than it might appear! V means Vertices (corners) E means edges (where faces meet) and F means number of faces.
So if you look at a cube, you can see that it has 6 faces (F=6), 8 corners (V=8) and 12 edges (E=12). So we plug these in:
8-12+6 and when you add these all up, you get 2! Use this example to help you understand what these words all mean by looking at a cube, and try it out on the other shapes. You'll know you did it right when you get 2. :D
That's is in general,not specific right??
Yeah this is in general for shapes that aren't perfect like these.
How do I get the properties of each of the platonic solid?>_<
for planar graphs(graphs whose edges don't cross) I think.
Do you know individual properties of the platonic solids?@Empty