Maximum to Minimum

Distance in 3 Dimensions

4. r ^{2} = 1Trivial. (regular tetrahedron) | 5. r ^{2} = 12/7 = 1.714+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (3-fold rotational symmetry) | 6. r ^{2} = 2Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (regular octahedron) |

7. r ^{2} = 2.293+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (3-fold rotational symmetry) | 8. r ^{2} = 1 + √2 = 2.414+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (square antiprism) | 9. r ^{2} = (9 + √129) / 8 = 2.544+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (3-fold rotational symmetry) |

10. r ^{2} = 3.101+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (4-fold rotational symmetry) | 11. r ^{2} = 3.384+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (3-fold rotational symmetry) | 12. r ^{2} = (5 + √5)/2 = 3.618+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (regular icosahedron) |

13. r ^{2} = 3.947+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (asymmetric) | 14. r ^{2} = 4.168+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (asymmetric) | 15. r ^{2} = 4.398+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. |

16. r ^{2} = 4.553+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (2-fold rotational symmetry) | 17. r ^{2} = 4.771+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (5-fold rotational symmetry) | 18. r ^{2} = 5.047+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (5-fold rotational symmetry) |

19. r ^{2} = 5.409+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (4-fold rotational symmetry) | 20. r ^{2} = 5.799+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (asymmetric) | 21. r ^{2} = 5.985+Found by David Cantrell in March 2009. (2-fold rotational symmetry) |