# Images. n=24: Biscribed Snub Cube (laevo) and n=32. Their Dual Polyhedrons

- Author:
- Roman Chijner

- Topic:
- Vectors 2D (Two-Dimensional), Vectors 3D (Three-Dimensional), Centroid or Barycenter, Cube, Optimization Problems, Geometry, Isosceles Triangles, Linear Programming or Linear Optimization, Mathematics, Solids or 3D Shapes, Special Points, Sphere, Surface, Geometric Transformations, Vectors, Volume

n=24;

**Biscribed Snub Cube (laevo)**Vertices: 24 (24[5]) Faces: 38 (8 equilateral triangles + 24 acute triangles + 6 squares) Edges: 60 (24 short + 24 medium + 12 long) →n=38;*Dual Solid:***Biscribed Pentagonal Icositetrahedron (dextro)**biscribed form Vertices: 38 (32[3] + 6[4]) Faces: 24 (irregular pentagons) Edges: 60 (12 short + 24 medium + 24 long)## Comparison of dual polyhedra

n=32;

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**Biscribed Pentakis Dodecahedron**Vertices: | 32 (12[5] + 20[6]) |

Faces: | 60 (isosceles triangles) |

Edges: | 90 (60 short + 30 long) |

*dual:*n=60;**Biscribed Truncated Icosahedron**Vertices: | 60 (60[3]) |

Faces: | 32 (12 regular pentagons + 20 ditrigons) |

Edges: | 90 (30 short + 60 long) |

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