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can you translate these two algs for me?
I don't understand commutators notation at all...

1) [U' : R' F' R, S] M2

2) M2 [U' : S, R' F' R]
1) U' R' F' R S R' F R S' U M2
2) M2 U' S R' F' R S' R' F R U

So,
[A, B]= A B A' B'
For example: [R, U]= R U R' U'
[R U R', D']= R U R' D' R U' R' D
[A : B, C]= A (B C B' C') A'
For example: [F : R U2 R', D']= F (R U2 R' D' R U2 R' D) F'
 

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can you translate these two algs for me?
I don't understand commutators notation at all...

1) [U' : R' F' R, S] M2

2) M2 [U' : S, R' F' R]
Commutators follow the format (A B A’ B’). Either [Insertion, Interchange, Reverse Insertion, Revere Interchange], or the other way around.
Sometimes, you might have a setup move before the alg. That means to do those moves before and after the full comm.
So, [U' : R' F' R, S] is (U’ R’ F’ R S R’ F R S’ U’)
 

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I'm pretty sure 0/10 would be 0.0000953674316%, but I'm not totally sure about 1/10. My guess would be 0.001907348%, but I'm not sure if that's right.
 
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