Augmented Truncated Tetrahedron


The augmented truncated tetrahedron is Johnson solid J_(65) constructed by affixing a triangular cupola to one of the hexagonal faces of a truncated tetrahedron such that the cupola's square faces are adjacent the triangular faces of the truncated tetrahedron. Since the affixed shape is a cupola and not a pyramid, this solid does not represent a true augmentation.

See also

Augmented Polyhedron, Cupola, Johnson Solid, Truncated Tetrahedron

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Weisstein, Eric W. "Augmented Truncated Tetrahedron." From MathWorld--A Wolfram Web Resource.

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