**Photo: Tetrahedron with Edge Lengths 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17**

I finally got around to folding one of the paper templates described in my previous blog post "Templates for Asymmetric Integer Tetrahedra". I printed it on an A4 sheet of paper and folded it into the solid shape shown. Folding the creases in the opposite direction will make the mirror image shape. The edge lengths are relative. It could be drawn to 1 cm scale if desired, and would fit on one page.

I shared this for discussion in the group The Math Connection on LinkedIn.

Image file of Tetrahedron with Prime Number Edge Lengths on I2geo.net for download. The Geogebra data file is also available. Scale to fit the page, and use Print Preview, before printing.

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