Each of them is limited by different polygons where the polyhedral angles and identical polygons are equal. Furthermore, the same number of equal faces meet at each vertex. In the same order, each of these solids can be inscribed into a sphere.
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| Truncated tetrahedron
Another option is to set up the same length for the side of all the polygons, which will be used in the model. The proportion of polygons with the same side length is:
This is what the collection of polyhedra with the same side length will look like:
All arhimedеan solids in Magic Edges sets.
Nets for all thirteen Archimedes polyhedra can be found in the kit "Magic Edges":
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