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In geometry, a decahedron is a polyhedron with ten faces. There are 32300 topologically distinct decahedra[1][2] and none is regular, so this name is ambiguous.

With regular faces:

With irregular faces it can also be:


  1. ^ Steven Dutch: How Many Polyhedra are There?
  2. ^ Gerard Michon: Counting Polyhedra

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