IT IS POSSIBLE TO SOLVE RUBIC CUBES IN A FEW STEPS!
Toys are generally used for children's entertainment or to help their intelligence development. Although this is true most of the time, it has come to your attention that most of the toys that have come out recently are actually for adults. Moreover, these are not just for entertainment purposes, but to improve the puzzle solving ability of big men. The ancestor of all these is the rubik's cube toy.
Regardless of your age, we're sure you've had a rubik's cube once and you've probably said what is it and threw it away. You're right because there are countless combinations to use to solve a rubik's cube, and trial and error can take centuries. Of course, at this point, science comes into play and offers some solution algorithms.
A Hungarian sculptor named Erno Rubik noticed that the students who came to his classes could not establish a relationship between three-dimensional objects. Using a few small cubes and some magnets, he made a cube that fits in his hand. But there was a problem, this cube was hardly returning to its original state. That's when he realized it was a jigsaw puzzle and on January 30, 1975, he patented the rubik's cube.
Of course, the rubik's cube was not yet complete. Because Erno Rubik had used magnets to make the cube, and such a magnetic field would trick the solution of the puzzle. Until 1977, many different designs were made. In the end, a design based solely on human intelligence and dexterity, that is, the design we know today, emerged.
Erno Rubik called this little toy the magic cube. While the local production was in progress, a businessman named Tibor Laczi bought this cube and exhibited it at the toy fair held in February 1979 in Nuremberg, Germany. The toy, which was liked by the Ideal Toys company, immediately started mass production. But its name was no longer the magic cube, but the rubik's cube with a higher brand value.
The mass production process, which started in 1979, quickly bore fruit. In 1980, the rubik's cube was named the most popular game of the year in Germany. Rubik's fame spread rapidly in European countries such as England, France and Sweden, and after crossing the ocean and entering the United States, it became a toy that is recognized by the whole world with incredible speed.
Although there are many different versions today, the original rubik's cube is also defined as the standard, the 3 x 3 x 3 rubik's cube. It consists of 27 cubes in total, and these small cubes are one-third the size of the large cube. Each of the six faces is a different color, and the center of these faces is connected to a skeletal core located inside the cube. When the Rubik's cube first comes out of the box, the faces of the cube are in their own colors. The player shuffles the cube and tries to restore it.
There are 519024039293878272000 different combinations to solve the standard 3 x 3 x 3 rubik's cube (3 8 x 8!)(2 12 x 12!). Even when we eliminate them according to the rotation possibilities of the cube, we are left with 43252003274489856000, or more than 43 quintillion combinations. If you bring 7 million people together and say, let's solve this, maybe the rubik's cube can become old after about 200 years.
Of course, some algorithms were developed because no sane person would deal with such a thing. No matter how complicated it is, a rubik's cube can be solved in 20 moves at the most. The record for the fastest recovery of a mixed rubik's cube belongs to Chinese Yusheng Du. Du solved the Rubik's Cube in 3.47 seconds. Du's algorithm used by Dr. It is the Fridrich Method developed by Jessica Fridrich. Today, many players use similar algorithms.
How to make a Rubik's Cube? Here is the easiest solution method:
Step #1: Treat one face as the upper surface.
Step #2: Identify the color in the middle.
Step #3: Create a plus sign by centering the middle one.
Step #4: Construct the entire surface with the color of the crosshair by straightening the corners.
Step #5: Turn the cube upside down.
Step #6: Create a cross on the top surface again.
Step #7: Try to create an L in the upper left corner.
Step #8: Straighten the top corners.
Step #9: Then complete the right side.
Step #10: Complete the bottom face.
Step #11: Trim the last remaining corners.
Step #12: The Rubik's cube is complete.
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