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Drawing of an stellated octahedron stella octangula made to Luca Pacioli’s De divina proportione. Leonardo da Vinci made several drawings of polyhedra for Luca Pacioli’s book ‘De divina proportione’. Here we can see an adaptation of the truncated octahedron.

The volume of a truncated octahedron The truncated octahedron is an Archimedean solid. The volume of the tetrahedron The volume of a tetrahedron is one third of the prism that contains it. Here we can see an adaptation of the Campanus’ sphere. Here we can see an adaptation of the stellated octahedron stella octangula.

The volume of a truncated octahedron. A truncated octahedron made by eight half cubes Using eight half cubes we can make a truncated octahedron. The volume of a cuboctahedron II.

The compound polyhedron of a cube and an octahedron is an stellated cuboctahedron. Using eight of this pieces we can made pqcioli truncated octahedron.

The truncated octahedron is a space-filling polyhedron These polyhedra pack together to fill space, forming a 3 dimensional space tessellation or tilling. The truncated octahedron is an Oacioli solid. The truncated octahedron is a space-filling polyhedron These polyhedra pack together to fill space, forming a 3 dimensional space tessellation or tilling. One eighth of a regular dodecahedon of edge 2 has the same volume as a dodecahedron of edge 1.

The volume of a cuboctahedron. Truncated tetrahedron The truncated tetrahedron is an Archimedean solid made by 4 triangles and 4 hexagons. You can chamfer a cube and then you get a polyhedron similar but not equal to a truncated octahedron.

Volume of a regular dodecahedron One eighth of a regular dodecahedon of edge 2 has the same volume as a dodecahedron of edge 1.

### La Divina Proporcion by Luca, Pacioli

Swetz’s article in MathDl, Loci: Here we can see an adaptation of the rhombicuboctahedron. Leonardo da Vinci’s drawing of the cuboctahedron exacedron abscisus solidus for Luca Pacioli’s book ‘De divina proportione’.

The volume of a cuboctahedron.

The volume of a cuboctahedron II. Chamfered Cube You can chamfer a cube and then you get a polyhedron similar but not equal to a truncated octahedron. Leonardo da Vinci’s drawing of the truncated octahedron octocedron abscisus solidus for Luca Pacioli’s book ‘De divina proportione’.

The volume of an octahedron is four times the volume of a tetrahedron. Here we can see an adaptation of the stellated octahedron stella octangula. Plane developments of geometric bodies: Hexagonal section of a cube. The volume of a truncated octahedron. Pacioli wrote about the cuboctahedron Spanish translation: Spanish edition of prolorcion divina proportione’.

Chamfered Cube You can pacio,i a cube and then you get a polyhedron similar but not equal to a truncated octahedron.

## La Divina Proporcion

We can cut in half a cube by a plane and get a section that is a regular hexagon. If you truncate an octahedron you get a truncated octahedron and a cuboctahedron. Here we can see an adaptation of the cuboctahedron. Truncations of the cube and octahedron.

Drawing of an stellated octahedron stella octangula made to Luca Pacioli’s De divina proportione. Image used with permission of Editorial Akal. Here we can see an adaptation of the octahedron.

This interactive mathlet is an adaptation of the pacioi that Leonardo da Vinci made of the cuboctahedron exacedron abscisus vacuus for Luca Pacioli’s book ‘De Divina Proportione’.

Leonardo da Vinci made several drawings of polyhedra for Luca Pacioli’s book ‘De divina proportione’. A cuboctahedron is an Archimedean solid. Volume of a regular dodecahedron.