Category:Polytopes
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Here is a list of articles in the Polytopes category of the Computing portal that unifies foundations of mathematics and computations using computers.
In geometry, polytope means the generalization to any dimension of the sequence: polygon in two dimensions, polyhedron in three dimensions, and polychoron in four dimensions.
For 0-polytope | see Vertex | |
For 1-polytope | see Edge | |
For 2-polytope | see Polygon | or Category:Polygons |
For 3-polytope | see Polyhedron | or Category:Polyhedra |
For 4-polytope | see Polychoron | |
For Polyteron or Polytera | see 5-polytope | or Category:5-polytopes |
For Polypeton or Polypeta | see 6-polytope | or Category:6-polytopes |
For Polyexon or Polyexa | see 7-polytope | or Category:7-polytopes |
For Polyzetton or Polyzetta | see 8-polytope | |
For Polyyotton or Polyyotta | see 9-polytope | or Category:9-polytopes |
For Polyronnon or Polyronna | see 10-polytope | or Category:10-polytopes |
Subcategories
This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total.
- Polygons (72 P)
- 5-polytopes (67 P)
- 6-polytopes (40 P)
- 7-polytopes (44 P)
- 9-polytopes (17 P)
- 10-polytopes (9 P)
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- Coxeter groups (13 P)
- Cubes (24 P)
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- Polyhedral combinatorics (24 P)
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Pages in category "Polytopes"
The following 95 pages are in this category, out of 95 total.
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- Cauchy's theorem (geometry)
- Chiral polytope
- Circumcenter of mass
- Computing the Continuous Discretely
- Configuration (polytope)
- Convex lattice polytope
- Convex polytope
- Convex Polytopes
- Biography:Harold Scott MacDonald Coxeter
- Cross-polytope
- Template:Cubic cell tessellations
- Cyclohedron
- Cyclotruncated simplectic honeycomb