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|Last update||28 Dec 2006|
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|Circle 1 Line Art||Do-it-yourself circle line art page to print and draw.|
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|Pentagon 17 Line Art||Do-it-yourself pentagon line art page to print and draw.|
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|Line Intersection 1 Line Art||Do-it-yourself line intersection line art page to print and draw.|
A cube is a regular polyhedron made up of squares
A pentagonal antiprism is a 12 sided solid consisting of two pentagons connected by alternating triangles.
A rectangular pyramid has a square base and triangles coming to a point. In this example, isosceles triangles are used.
A snub cube
A square antiprism consists of two squares connected by alternating triangles.
A truncated cube is a cube whose corners have been truncated, or 'cut off'. Each side of the cube becomes a regular octahedron (an eight sided figure where the length of each side is the same), and the corners become isosceles triangles.