Steven Dutch, Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
43 members. There are two views showing each hexagonal face as a base. A few cases are symmetrical, and those are shown with one view having the hexagonal face as a base, and the other view having another polygon as base to show the symmetry.
This final group has vertices joined at a vertex. There are no additional vertices available, so the number of possible polyhedra is small. It is not possible to have two separate hexagon faces, since that would require 12 vertices.
Created 11 September 2016, Last Update 11 September 2016
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