1)If the length of each edge of regular octahedron ABCDEF is 3, then find [ACFE].

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4)The four vertices of a regular tetrahedron are snipped off, leaving a triangular face in place of each corner and a hexagonal face in place of each original face of the tetrahedron. How many edges will the new polyhedron have?

5)One square from the net needs to be removed so the remaining squares are still connected and can be folded into a cube. What is the number on that square? (Note: Two squares touching only at a vertex are not considered to be connected.)

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6)Chris discovered that the centers of the faces of a regular icosahedron are also the vertices of another regular polyhedron. How many edges does the other regular polyhedron have?

7)A regular tetrahedron is attached to each face of a regular icosahedron, forming a new polyhedron. How many edges does the new polyhedron have?

9)The sum of all edge lengths of a regular tetrahedron is equal to that of a regular icosahedron. The surface area of the tetrahedron is 1. What is the surface area of the icosahedron?

10)The edge length of a regular tetrahedron ABCD is 2. M and N are the midpoints of BC and AD, respectively. Find MN.

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11)The midpoints of all edges of a regular tetrahedron are all vertices of another regular polyhedron. If the volume of the tetrahedron is 120, then what is the volume of the other regular polyhedron?

FiestyGeco
Apr 1, 2018