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A concrete or a wood floor for your geodesic dome are made the same way as for decks and slabs. Note that a full floor is basically an aesthetic decision as a dome does not necessarily require it. Still, it adds to the final look, gives a flat surface above ground.
Note: odd-numbered frequencies do not have a perfectly flat base unless specified otherwise. The Kruschke method does offer a flat base at various truncations. Please visit the calculators section.
Note: the difference between a 3/8 and 5/8 dome is that a 3/8 has one less bottom row, and a 5/8 has one more row below the hemisphere (half).