Centered polyhedral number

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The centered polyhedral numbers are a class of figurate numbers, each formed by a central dot, surrounded by polyhedral layers with a constant number of edges. The length of the edges increases by one in each additional layer.

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  • Deza, Elena; Deza, Michel (2012). Figurate Numbers. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing. p. 120. ISBN 978-981-4355-48-3.