For my second talk, I will be using my first talk dealing with polyhedras and present on Platonic Solids.

- A platonic solid is a regular convex polyhedron. The faces are congruent, regular polygons, and have the same number of faces meeting at each vertex.
- There are only 5 platonic solids, and my talk will be proving why there are only 5 and no more.
- This proof is done through Euler’s Formula: V-E+F=2

I liked your talk and thought that you did a great job of linking the second talk with the first talk and thereby expanding on the first one with the topic of platonic solids. I had never heard of platonic solids so I found it quite interesting!