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A Platonic solid is a regular, three-dimensional shape with flat polygonal faces, straight edges of equal length, and identical vertices, or corners, where the edges meet. There are only five, named after the ancient Greek philosopher Plato, who extensively studied them: The tetrahedron is the simplest Platonic solid, consisting of four equilateral triangles as its faces, six edges, and four vertices. The cube is perhaps the most familiar Platonic solid, with six square faces, twelve edges, and eight vertices. The octahedron has eight equilateral triangle faces, twelve edges, and six vertices. The dodecahedron has twelve regular pentagonal faces, thirty edges, and twenty vertices. The icosahedron consists of twenty equilateral triangle faces, thirty edges, and twelve vertices. Platonic solids have been studied and admired for their mathematical beauty and symmetry since antiquity. They have numerous mathematical properties and are significant in geometry, crystallography, and various branches of science and mathematics. Additionally, Platonic solids have been associated with metaphysical and philosophical interpretations, with some viewing them as symbols of perfection, harmony, and the fundamental elements of the universe.

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