What are Platonic Solids?
In three-dimensional space, a Platonic solid is a regular, convex polyhedron. It is constructed by congruent (identical in shape and size), regular (all angles equal and all sides equal), polygonal faces with the same number of faces meeting at each vertex. Five solids who meet this criteria are Tetrahedron {3,3} , Cube {4,3} , Octahedron {3,4} , Dodecahedron {5,3} , Icosahedron {3,5} ; where in {p, q}, p represents the number of edges in a face and q represents the number of edges meeting at a vertex; {p, q} is the Schläfli symbol.
How to Calculate Surface to Volume Ratio of Tetrahedron given Circumsphere Radius?
Surface to Volume Ratio of Tetrahedron given Circumsphere Radius calculator uses Surface to Volume Ratio of Tetrahedron = 9/Circumsphere Radius of Tetrahedron to calculate the Surface to Volume Ratio of Tetrahedron, The Surface to Volume Ratio of Tetrahedron given Circumsphere Radius formula is defined as the numerical ratio of the total surface area to the volume of the Tetrahedron, calculated using circumsphere radius of Tetrahedron. Surface to Volume Ratio of Tetrahedron is denoted by R_{A/V} symbol.
How to calculate Surface to Volume Ratio of Tetrahedron given Circumsphere Radius using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Surface to Volume Ratio of Tetrahedron given Circumsphere Radius, enter Circumsphere Radius of Tetrahedron (r_{c}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Surface to Volume Ratio of Tetrahedron given Circumsphere Radius calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.5 = 9/6.