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Welcome to the Polytope Wiki
A free-to-edit wiki about polytopes.

About the Polytope Wiki

The Polytope Wiki is a wiki dedicated to the classification, description, and discovery of polytopes.

Polytopes are a wide class of geometric shapes that generalize the intuitive notions of "flat" shapes like polygons and polyhedra into higher (and lower) dimensions. Some of their main categories are:

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4 March 2024

N    00:50  Pharhin diffhist +45 Username5243 talk contribs (Redirected page to Prismatohemirhombidemipenteract) Tag: New redirect
N    00:49  Prismatohemirhombidemipenteract diffhist +2,348 Username5243 talk contribs (Created page with "{{Infobox polytope |img= |type=Uniform |dim = 5 |obsa = Pharhin | |terons = 16 truncated pentachora, 10 small trisoctachora, 16 great rhombated pentachora, 16 prismatotrispentachora |cells = 80 tetrahedra, 160 triangular prisms, 80+80 truncated tetrahedra, 80 [[octahemioctahedron|octahemioctahedra]...")
     00:48 Upload log Username5243 talk contribs uploaded{{Information |Description=Pharhin |Source={{own}}, made with {{miratope}} |Date= |Author= |other_versions= }})
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  • 27 Oct 2023 - Plasmath completes the enumeration of the non-prismatic noble polyhedra (there are 146 in total!).
  • 15 June 2023Jonathan Bowers' website is updated, with new uniform polychora (bringing the count to 2191), polytera, and polypeta, among other things.