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Pentagrammic antiprism

## Summary

Uniform pentagrammic antiprism
Type Prismatic uniform polyhedron
Elements F = 12, E = 20
V = 10 (χ = 2)
Faces by sides 10{3}+2{5/2}
Schläfli symbol sr{2,5/2}
Wythoff symbol | 2 2 5/2
Coxeter diagram
Symmetry D5h, [5,2], (*552), order 20
Rotation group D5, [5,2]+, (55), order 10
Index references U79(a)
Dual Pentagrammic trapezohedron
Properties nonconvex

Vertex figure
3.3.3.5/2

In geometry, the pentagrammic antiprism is one in an infinite set of nonconvex antiprisms formed by triangle sides and two regular star polygon caps, in this case two pentagrams.

It has 12 faces, 20 edges and 10 vertices. This polyhedron is identified with the indexed name U79 as a uniform polyhedron.[1]

Note that the pentagram face has an ambiguous interior because it is self-intersecting. The central pentagon region can be considered interior or exterior depending on how interior is defined. One definition of interior is the set of points that have a ray that crosses the boundary an odd number of times to escape the perimeter.

In either case, it is best to show the pentagram boundary line to distinguish it from a concave decagon.

 An alternative representation with hollow centers to the pentagrams. The pentagrammic trapezohedron is the dual to the pentagrammic antiprism.

## Net

Net (fold the dotted line in the centre in the opposite direction to all the other lines):