Steven Dutch, Natural and Applied Sciences, University
of Wisconsin - Green Bay

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How Many Polyhedra are There?

Polyhedra with 4-7 Faces (1, 2, 7 and 34, respectively)

Polyhedra with 8 Faces (257 in all). For convenience of access, these are broken down
into several files:

- Octahedra with 6 to 8 Vertices
- Octahedra with 9 Vertices
- Octahedra with 10 Vertices
- Octahedra with 11 or 12 Vertices

Polyhedra with 9 Faces (2606 in all). This set is not completely enumerated
yet (at least by me). For
convenience of access, these are broken down into numerous files:

- Enneahedra with 7 or 8 vertices
- Enneahedra with 9 vertices and 6- 7- or 8-sided faces
- Enneahedra with 9 vertices: faces 333 333 455
- Enneahedra with 9 vertices: faces 333 334 445
- Enneahedra with 9 vertices: faces 3333 44444
- Enneahedra with 10 vertices: Heptagon and Octagon Faces
- Enneahedra with 10 vertices: 333 333 556
- Enneahedra with 10 vertices: 333 33 4456
- Enneahedra with 10 vertices: 333 33 4 555
- Enneahedra with 10 vertices: 3333 4444 6 and 333 333 466
- Enneahedra with 10 vertices: 3333 444 55
- Enneahedra with 10 vertices: 333 44444 5
- Enneahedra with 11 vertices:
- Enneahedra with 12 vertices:

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