chemistry, a variety of three dimensional shapes and polyhedra can
be found in nature. In order to be able to identify some of these
different shapes students need to be able to identify the characteristics
of each one.
Get to know these polyhedra and the relationships between them by
counting the number of faces, edges, and vertices found in each of
these five models. Make a table with the fifteen answers and notice
that only six different numbers appear in the fifteen slots.