Among the infinitely many convex polyhedra that exist, there are some whose faces are all regular polygons. They are called “regular faced polyhedra” (RFP for short). Can you guess how many such polyhedra there are?
KeywordsEquilateral Triangle Convex Polyhedron Regular Polygon Interior Angle Regular Hexagon
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