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1. How the 3.47 WR changes cubing

1- I actually used that same equation, but I needed to change the probability a lot of times. Thats the reason why I added nerves, else after 4 comps my calculator said 100 percent. So I probably wrote something wrong or you don't know how to sum. 2-the 29.6 is actually wrong, thanks. Here is...
2. How the 3.47 WR changes cubing

NO, you just onelook the cross and 2 pairs. I also know that not every solve is the same but I'm giving an example.
3. How the 3.47 WR changes cubing

or may be twice as motivated. When I started out the world record was 5.25 and I avraged 12 minutes but I kept on practicing to see I could beat it. Many will quit, but others will see it as a challenge. As another example, the WR of cards memorization is in 13 seconds, but if I saw someone...
4. How the 3.47 WR changes cubing

Yes I am. Feliks 4.22 had 38 moves and it wasn't even skip. seungboem's 4.59 had 30 moves. 3.745 has 27 moves. So it wouldn't be very rare to see a sub-25 move WR. In terms of TPS, WRs normally have around 7.5. Feliks 4.22 had 9.001 TPS. The UWR of TPS in a solve is of 12.68. It will probably...
5. Does this OLL 4x4 method exist

Some days ago I found a shourcut in a 4x4 OLL. The alg is simple:Rw U2 Rw' Lw' U2 Lw Rw U2 Rw2 U2 Rw2 F2 Rw. I found out that a simmilar method exists for when you have parity, but my question is: does this method completly exist? A new way of doing 4x4 OLL. I know sunes will stay sunes, but dot...
6. How the 3.47 WR changes cubing

A yearly record exists, In the WCA website change where it says "All Years" change it to "Only ____" but no one uses this stats. Still I think cubing has potential. If this is possible, I think the 3x3 single is far from dead. A 20 move solve with 12 tps is TPS, thats a 1.666 seconds, with...
7. congratulations, my PB is 1:31.134

congratulations, my PB is 1:31.134