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Students' Work: Möbius Tetraehedra


Each member of a pair of Möbius tetrahedra has all its vertices lying in the planes that are spanned by the faces of the other. In other words, the two tetrahedra are mutually inscribed and circumscibed.
The picture illustrates a particular case: Both tetrahedra are regular and of the same size.

Created by Gudmund Pammer (2014) using POV-Ray - The Persistance of Vision Raytracer.

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