A Proof of Euler Theorem

1. Aug 28, 2009

PlutoniumBoy

Tetrahedron is the simplest polyhedron, it is just formed from four triangles, so it has V0=E0=4*3=12, and F0=F=4, of course. Then we find that V0+E0+F0=2(V+E+F) or V0+F0=2V+2F (Because of E0 is always equal to 2E)=4F.
Assume that other polyhedrons are the "evolution" product of a tetrahedron. I mean that they are formed from four triangles of tetrahedron and additional faces such as rectangle, hexagon, etc. For instead, a cube consists of 4 triangles and 4 rectangles. So V0+F0=2V+2F=4(4+a), where a is the number of additional faces. Now let's calculate. It's 32. So we conclude that F0 must be 4.
Finally, we can find Euler Theorem:
2V+2E+2F=V0+E0+4
V+E+F=E0+2
V-E+F=2.

What's your comment about my proof?, I am sorry if you think that it is too poor.