Q: A polyhedron is a solid bounded by the polygonal regions formed by intersecting planes?

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An arrangement of polygonal regions could be called a tessellation. This usually occurs when these regions are placed over a plane. The shapes in these regions are usually hexagons, equilateral triangles, and squares.

There are an infinite number of such polyhedra. Starting with a tetrahedron (triangular base), the next up is the quadrilateral pyramid (quadrilateral base), then the pentagonal pyramid, the hexagonal pyramid and so on.

Those areas bounded by the Artic Circle

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