The ten-of-diamonds decahedron is a stereohedron and space-filling polyhedron on 8 vertices,
16 edges, and 10 faces (8 of which are non-equilateral triangles and two of which
are rhombi). Because it is polyhedron with 10 faces including
two opposite diamond-shaped faces, Goldberg (1982, Fig. 10-II) named it after
the "ten of diamonds" playing card.

The ten-of-diamonds decahedron can be defined as the convex hull of the eight points , , , and , giving a solid with short edge length .

The net of the ten-of-diamonds decahedron is illustrated above.

Goldberg, M. "On the Space-Filling Decahedra." Structural Topology, No. 7, pp. 39-44, 1982.Koch, E.
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