A new geometric rule to do with cubes arranged (only a guess on which constant is responsible but I have some numeric reasons to suspect 26)

The axiom is simple: If you have 26 regular same-size perfect cubes, this is the smallest number where you can add them together with one to five faces covering them, but always at least one face per cube showing, in a single shape and still get exactly (the same number of cubes = 26) as a ‘surface parameter’ in number of countable squares (with all four sides of any size but in unit lengths such as 1,2,3,or 4 cubes in a line) which compose the surface, and potentially surface area in some special cases.

Google Bard’s say was positive while I laze on finding out the actual trend to this. I believe there is a reason it occurs at 26. but I am still totally thinking about it.

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