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A digonal prism is a three-dimensional prism with a digon as the base. In normal Euclidean space, it is degenerate, but it can exist as a tiling of the sphere.

It can also be considered to be a truncated, bitruncated or cantellated digonal dihedron.

See Also

Regular
t_0 \{2,2\}
Rectified
t_1 \{2,2\}
Birectified
t_2 \{2,2\}
Truncated
t_{0,1} \{2,2\}
Bitruncated
t_{1,2} \{2,2\}
Cantellated
t_{0,2} \{2,2\}
Cantitruncated
t_{0,1,2} \{2,2\}
Digonal dihedron Digonal dihedron Digonal dihedron Digonal prism Digonal prism Digonal prism Cube
{t}_{0,1} \{2,2\} {t}_{0,1} \{2,3\} {t}_{0,1} \{2,4\} {t}_{0,1} \{2,5\} {t}_{0,1} \{2,6\} {t}_{0,1} \{2,7\} {t}_{0,1} \{2,8\} ... {t}_{0,1} \{2,\aleph_0\}
Digonal prism Triangular prism Cube Pentagonal prism Hexagonal prism Heptagonal prism Octagonal prism ... Apeirogonal prism

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