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Solid triangles (Posted on 2005-08-26) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Using only the vertices of a regular icosahedron as the corners, how many equilateral triangles can you make?

What if you could only use the vertices of a regular dodecahedron?

See The Solution Submitted by Tristan    
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  Subject Author Date
re(5): part 2 -- spoilerMcWorter2005-08-28 03:35:32
re(4): part 2 -- spoilerCharlie2005-08-28 02:16:37
re(3): part 2 -- spoilerTristan2005-08-28 02:02:35
re(3): part 2 -- spoilerMcWorter2005-08-27 21:30:59
re(2): part 2 -- spoilerCharlie2005-08-27 20:30:31
re: part 2 -- spoilerTristan2005-08-27 15:49:10
Some ThoughtsThe sizes of the trianglesCharlie2005-08-27 13:25:52
Some Thoughtspart 2 -- spoilerCharlie2005-08-26 18:44:37
Some Thoughtspart 1 -- spoilerCharlie2005-08-26 18:13:54
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