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Truncated great icosahedron

Truncated great icosahedron
- formed when cutting each of the 12 rays of a great icosahedron.
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The polyhedron face is formed by truncating the face of a great icosahedron (indicated in green).

A polyhedron consists of 20 groups of such polygons.

In the cross-section of the plane, a face is formed in the shape of a pentagonal star.


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The net of the polygons is as follows:

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