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    Hidden Faces of the Cube

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    Hidden Faces of the Cube Introduction: I am investigating the number of hidden faces for other cuboids made from cubes. I will use visual representation to display my results in the form of graphs. I will collect my results in a table. I will start to collect my information in my table starting with one cube and building them up into rows and different sized cuboids. At the end of my investigation I hope to have a formula worked out, and also I hope to be able to find the number of hidden

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    Cube Shaped Boxes and Supermarket Displays Introduction The question: Boxes made in the shape of a cube are easy to stack to make displays in supermarkets. Investigate! Plan ==== I will carry out this investigation by following these points: 1. Simplify the question by using 2-d shapes. 2. Draw 2-d designs. 3. Draw 3-d designs. 4. Evaluate my work. Detailed Plan To investigate each shape I will follow a pattern: 1. I will state which shape I am investigating

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    Hidden Faces of a Cube In order to find the number of hidden faces when eight cubes are placed on a table, in a row, I counted the total amount of faces (6%8), which added up to 48. I then counted the amount of visible faces (26) and subtracted it off the total amount of faces (48-26). This added up to 22 hidden sides. I then had to investigate the number of hidden faces for other rows of cubes. I started by drawing out the outcomes for the first nine rows of cubes (below): [IMAGE]

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    Investigation of Painted Cubes Introduction ============ I was given a brief to investigate the number of faces on a cube, which measured 20 small cubes by 20 small cubes by 20 small cubes (20 x 20 x 20) To do this, I had to imagine that there was a very large cube, which had had its outer surface painted red. When it was dry, the large cube was cut up into the smaller cubes, all 8000 of them. From there, I had to answer the question, 'How many of the small cubes will have no red faces

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    Exotic Rubik's cubes

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    Exotic Rubik's cubes Everybody’s seen a Rubik’s cube before. An ordinary looking cube comprising of 27 smaller cubes and with 9 axes of rotation and a unique colour for each face. But below are five mind-blowing variations of the traditional Rubik’s cube that even cubists may fail to recognise: Dino cube Unlike the Rubik’s cube, the Dino cube has 8 axes of rotation. Rather than having pieces turn in layers, the pieces are moved by turning the corners of the cube. The dino cube appears as a

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    The Rubik's cube has haunted peoples nightmares for decades. When it was first made, it was supposed to have “billions” of combinations though it actually has over 43 quintillion combinations (43,252,003,274,489,856,000 to be exact). Originally created to help students understand geometric concepts and 3D space the first wooden model was made in 1974 by Ernö Rubik and a couple of friends. After some time playing with it, Ernö realized he didn't know how to get it back to its original form. He reportedly

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    in society, but a major one, is the Rubik’s Cube. Yep, that colorful puzzle that seemingly no one can figure out. That brings me to the first step; identifying the problem. The Rubik’s cube, the easily messed up colorful puzzle, that is not-so-easily put back together. The Rubik’s Cube was very popular in the 80’s, when the puzzle started appearing in stores across America. But there are some things about the Rubik’s Cube that you may not know.

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    Hidden Faces Geometric Investigation 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 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

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    diffuses into the gelatine cube of which contains Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH), which is an alkali. When the Hydrochloric acid combines with the Sodium Hydroxide they form salt and water, which is neutral therefore turning the pink cube to clear. Dependent variable: We are measuring the time taken for the pink indicator to turn clear when hydrochloric acid is added to it. Independent variable: We are changing the molar of hydrochloric acid we are adding to the gelatine cubes. The molars range from

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    describing how well that material inhibits current flow. This is slightly different from resistance, which is not a physical property. If one considers current flowing through a unit cube of material (say, a solid metal cube that measures 1 meter on each side), resistivity is defined as the voltage measured across the unit cube length (V/m) divided by the current flowing through the unit cube's cross sectional area (I/m2). This results in units of Ohm m2/m or Ohm-m." [University of British Columbia Geophysical

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