Various Mathematical Structures at ASU

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The above structure is a dodecahedron sitting in a bed of Geraniums, Snapdragons, and assorted other annual flowers. The pictures on this page will be varied and won't follow any particular pattern. This will eventually be a big page, even though right now there are only a few pictures on it.

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Above is two views of a snub octahedron, a squishy with Sparky, the ASU Mascot, on one of the faces, and an inflatable floating in a fountain at ASU. It is also two views of a permutahedron for n=4, since the permutahedron for n=4 is a snub octahedron, one of the Archimedean Solids. Its 24 vertices are all the permutations of (1,2,3,4).

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