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Hidden Faces Coursework A cube a total of 6 sides, when it is places on a surface only 5 of the 6 faces can be seen. However if you place 5 cubes side by side, there is a total of 30 faces, but out of this 30 only 17 can be seen. In this coursework I will be finding out the global formula for the total number of hidden faces for any number of cubes in any way positioned. To find this out I will be testing various numbers of cubes in different positions. This will enable me... find out the surface area of the two different sized sides, I will have to do length multiplied by width for one and width multiplied by height for the other. But because these surfaces are in pairs I will have to multiply them both by two. This will give me the final formula.

6LWH-2HW+2HL-LW

The formula shown above is used to work out hidden faces in any number of cubes in any formation.

This concludes my coursework and I reached my target, which was to find the global formula by only using three formulae. Become a member to continue reading this essay or Login

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