Q: What is the name of an Archimedean solid?

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I believe that would be the truncated icosahedron! It is pentagons and hexagons, right? Here is a site with pictures:http://www.faculty.fairfield.edu/jmac/rs/polyhedra.htm

solid with 1 edge is a cone .

Icosahedron

The Name Platonic solid Comes from Plato the second main reseacher of the five solids. Pythagoras was the one discovered the platonic solids

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I believe that would be the truncated icosahedron! It is pentagons and hexagons, right? Here is a site with pictures:http://www.faculty.fairfield.edu/jmac/rs/polyhedra.htm

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