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 A polyhedron 2009-03-10 From Mollie:Hi, my name is Mollie and I'm in 5th grade. Here's the math problem I have for homework tonight: "Larissa made a model of a polyhedron using 8 pieces of clay for the vertices and 18 straws for the edges. What type of polyhedron did Larissa make?" Thanks.Answered by Penny Nom. A 3 dimensional 5 pointed star 2001-11-08 From Kent:I am looking for a formula that will give me a layout for a 3 dimensional 5 pointed star. I want to form it out of sheet metal, using 5 polygons and soldering them at the apex. Can you please help me with this? I would like to be able to give the formula the height of the star from the bottom two points to the top point and also how deep the star is. Thank you very much!Answered by Judi McDonald.

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