A monogonal dihedron is a 3-D polyhedron with two monogonal faces which share an edge and a vertex. In normal Euclidean space, it is degenerate, but can exist as a tiling of the sphere where each face makes up a hemisphere.

Structure and Sections

Hypervolumes

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Subfacets

See Also

Monogonal dihedron
Regular
Rectified
Birectified
Truncated
Bitruncated
Cantellated
Cantitruncated
Monogonal dihedron Monogonal dihedron Monogonal hosohedron Truncated monogonal dihedron Monogonal prism Monogonal prism Digonal prism
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Zerogonal dihedron Monogonal dihedron Digonal dihedron Trigonal dihedron Square dihedron Pentagonal dihedron Hexagonal dihedron Heptagonal dihedron Octagonal dihedron ... Apeirogonal dihedron Pseudogonal dihedron
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