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- ?Lv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
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(1) Each vertex of the solid must coincide with one vertex each of at least three faces.
(2) At each vertex of the solid, the total, among the adjacent faces, of the angles between their respective adjacent sides must be less than 360.
(3) The angles at all vertices of all faces of a Platonic solid are identical, so each vertex of each face must contribute less than 360/3=120.
(4) Regular polygons of six or more sides have only angles of 120 or more, so the common face must be the triangle, square, or pentagon. And for:
(5) Triangular faces: each vertex of a regular triangle is 60, so a shape may have 3, 4, or 5 triangles meeting at a vertex; these are the tetrahedron, octahedron, and icosahedron respectively.
(6) Square faces: each vertex of a square is 90, so there is only one arrangement possible with three faces at a vertex, the cube.
(7) Pentagonal faces: each vertex is 108; again, only one arrangement, of three faces at a vertex is possible, the dodecahedron.
- 育賢Lv 41 decade ago