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Rubiks cube

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on 19 December 2013

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Transcript of Rubiks cube

How

To

Solve

a

Rubik's

Cube

History
Invented by Hungarian architect/professor Erno Rubik in mid 1970's.
Invented to help his students understand 3D objects
Made its international debut in New York, London, and Paris in January 1980
Sold over 350 million worldwide
Fun Facts
Ways to Solve Cube
Algorithm Notation
First Layer
Step 1: Solve Blue Cross
Third Layer
Second Layer
Step 3: Bring side pieces from top to middle layer
Closing Remarks
Memorize Algorithms
Practice baby, practice!
Visit Dan Brown's Youtube channel <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsQIoPyfQzM>
Cheat
The Real Way
by memorizing algorithms
3 billion combinations? Puh-leeeze!
Regular moves have clockwise rotations: F,L,R,U,D
Inverted moves have counter-clockwise rotatons: F',L',R',U',D
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Center pieces never move
Step 2: Solve Corner Pieces
Step 4: Solve 2nd cross
Step 5: Solve edge pieces
Step 6: Solve corner pieces
F' U L' U'
R' D' R D
To the left - U' L' U L U F U' F'

To the right - U R U' R' U' F' U F
F R U R' U' F'
R U R' U R 2U R'
-U R U' L' U R' U' L
-R' D' R D
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