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|Symmetry||A2×BC2, order 48|
|Vertex figure||4 triangular tegums, 3 octahedra|
|Cells||12 digonal disphenoids|
|Faces||12+12 isosceles triangles|
The triangular-square duotegum, also known as the 3-4 duotegum, is a duotegum that consists of 12 digonal disphenoids and 7 vertices. It is the simplest duotegum to be based on two different polygons.
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- Bowers, Jonathan. "Four Dimensional Dice Up To Twenty Sides".
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