In the past two classes, we've been talking about Euler's Theorem. In regards to this famous theorem, we have learned about this 'magic exponent', and even though we were shown the proof in class, here is another visual way to prove that it works.

We all know that a polyhedron has faces, edges, and vertices. Now let's relate this to what we know about Euler's Theorem. Is there some relationship between his theorem and multiple polyhedra? Is there some time of rule of thumb here?

1) go to this website:

http://www.learner.org/interactives/geometry/euler.html

2) scroll down and play the 'game'

Do you see any patterns? Can you relate this to anything??