A simple closed three-dimensional shape formed by plane polygons

A 3-dimensional solid with flat surfaces as faces. A polyhedron need not be convex or bounded.

noun - A three-dimensional solid; bounded by polygons. An example of a polytope.

popupid: polyhedron](Geometry) The generic name for any primitive solid that is composed of multiple polygons. Cubes, Cylinders and Pyramids are all Polyhedrons. A line is not a Polyhedron.

A 3-dimensional shape, all of whose surfaces (faces) are flat, as opposed to curved. Each face is a polygon.

A 3-D figure having polygons as faces.

A three-dimensional solid that is bounded by plane polygons.

(plural: polyhedra) a three-dimensional shape which has only flat surfaces

A 3-Dimensional Figure Defined by a Closed Set of Polygons POST & BEAM In foundations, a system of supporting a main floor with beams & posts bearing on concrete pads

a solid figure bounded by plane polygons or faces

a connected graph on the sphere (or in the plane) with at least three edges meeting at each vertex, and at least three edges forming the boundary of each face

a finite collection of polygons pasted together along their edges to make a single closed figure in three-dimensional space

a finite intersection of halfspaces

a shape, made up of faces

a simplicial complex of faces with geometric information for the top and bottom-level faces

a solid, bounded by planes polygons

a solid figure made up of faces that are polygons

a solid figure with flat sides (called faces)

a solid object that consists of four or more planar faces (all polygons), pairs of which meet along an edge, three or more edges meeting at a vertex

a solid shape that has polygons as faces

a solid shape which is made from lots of polygons

a solid shape whose faces are polygons - triangles, squares, pentagons, etc

a "solid" three-dimensional figure analogous to the two- dimensional polygon discussed above

a surface made up of a finite number of flat (plane) pieces

a three-dimensional figure with polygonal regions as its faces

(plural: polyhedra) Any 3-dimensional geometrical figure with many sides. Pyramids, cubes, and geodesic domes are all polyhedra. From the Greek roots poly (meaning many) and hedron (meaning side).

(n) A geometric solid bounded by polygons. If the polygons are equal, regular polygons, the solid is called a regular polyhedron.

A faceted geometric solid used to represent shapes in the Torso Model.

a solid formed by polygons that encloses a single region of space

A solid figure made up of flat surfaces called faces. Each face is a polygon.

Most basicly its a solid cube which is convex. A polyhedron consists of at least 4 faces so they create a 3-sided pyramid, and up to several hundred faces which probably will be something like a sphere. Synonyms that are commonly used for polyhedrons are; brush, cube.

A three dimensional object bounded by polygons, with each edge shared by exactly two polygons. Various authors differ on the fine points of the definition, e.g., whether it is a solid or just the surface, whether it can be infinite, and whether it can have two different vertices that happen to be at the same location.

a closed surface formed by polygonal plane faces, connected at the edges; a "solid polyhedron" is a solid (or the space) enclosed by a polyhedron.

a three-dimensional solid made up of plane faces. Poly=many Hedron=faces

A three-dimensional solid that consists of a collection of polygons, joined at their edges.

A polyhedron (plural: polyhedra or polyhedrons) is a 3-dimensional geometric shape having flat faces that meet along straight edges. The word polyhedron comes from the Classical Greek Ï€Î¿Î»Ï…ÎµÎ´ÏÎ¿Î½, from poly-, stem of Ï€Î¿Î»Ï…Ï‚, "many," + -edron, form of ÎµÎ´ÏÎ¿Î½, "base", "seat", or "face".