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Rubik's Cube Presentation


jackson johnston

on 28 November 2012

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Transcript of Rubik's Cube Presentation

By: Jackson Johnston Rubik's Cube 1970-1974 Conclusion Canadian Larry Nichols the first to invent the 2x2x2 cube (top left) in 1970 he filled for a patent in 1972. Erno Rubik invented the 3x3x3(top right) cube in 1974. The first 2x2x2 cube was held together by magnets and was difficult to turn. Erno Rubik's design of the 3x3x3 cube was a lot better at turning and used a skeleton (bottom). The Rubik's cube is the most selling toy in the world at over 350 million toys sold and counting. Solving the Rubik's cube in a short amount of time shows high intelligence. The movies Brick and Armageddon show solving a Rubik's cube in a short amount of time.
In the 70s the Rubik's cube was very popular most Americans and Asians had a Rubik's cube. how the Rubik's cube changed America 2x2x2 1.96 seconds 3x3x3 5.66 seconds
blindfolded 26.36
youngest person to solve a Rubik's cube was 3 years 6 months.
4x4x4 26.75 seconds 5x5x5 51.09 seconds
6x6x6 1:49.46 minutes 7x7x7 2:41.63 minutes

Feliks Zemdegs of Australia holds the 3x3x3 the 4x4x4 and the 5x5x5 world records. World Record In the Beginning the cube was 2x2x2 then today Rubik's cube beginning The Rubik's cube is the most popular toy that was ever made.
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