Joseph Malkevitch

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In 1750, in a letter to Christian Goldbach, Euler wrote his friend that he had discovered a formula that related the number of vertices, faces, and edges of a polyhedron. As was characteristic of the period he did not give a formal discussion of what polyhedra his formula applied to, and he probably was thinking only of what today we would call convex(More)
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