600cell
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Noun[edit]
 (geometry) A fourdimensional polytope, analogous to an icosahedron, whose six hundred bounding facets are tetrahedra.
 1995, J. Bokowski, On the Construction of Equifacetted 3Spheres, Neil L. White, Invariant Methods in Discrete and Computational Geometry: Proceedings of the Curaçao Conference, page 303,
 P. McMullen has pointed out to the author that he has constructed an interesting equifacetted 3sphere in his Ph.D.Thesis by starting with the 600cell.
 2005, Lawrence B. Crowell, Quantum Fluctuations of Spacetime, World Scientific Series in Contemporary Chemical Physics, Volume 25, page 329,
 The dual to the 120cell is the 600cell. The 600cell is a 4dimensional convex regular polytope with 600 facets. Its Schläfli symbol of the^{[sic]} 600cell is {3, 3, 5}. It is a 4dimensional analogue of the icosahedron, constructed by the golden ratio on the edges of an octohedron.
 2012, John Barnes, Gems of Geometry, 2nd Edition, page 79,
 The other two figures are the 120cell and 600cell which form a dual pair as is clear from their Schläfli symbols being the reverse of each other.
 1995, J. Bokowski, On the Construction of Equifacetted 3Spheres, Neil L. White, Invariant Methods in Discrete and Computational Geometry: Proceedings of the Curaçao Conference, page 303,
Synonyms[edit]
 (4dimensional polytope): hexacosichoron, hexacosidedroid
Hypernyms[edit]
 (4dimensional polytope): tetraplex, polytetrahedron
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Translations[edit]
fourdimensional polytope

