Depending on the type, considering only the topological structure of the network of faces, and the angles of corresponding faces at corresponding vertices, convex polyhedra in R3, each face of which is equiangular or composed of such, constitute four infinite series (prism, antiprism, and two types of truncated antiprisms); outside of this series, there are only a finite number of types.
Finite Number Topological Structure Infinite Series Convex Polyhedron
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