Is that with the algorithm R U or is it counting the R's and U's individually?1. You can find this out in about 5 Minutes
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If the cube is already solved and you repeatedly do the algorithm (R U) is what I meanRepeating R U doesn't solve the cube unless it was mixed it up with a repeated series of U' R' moves.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confirmation_biasNo way. He asked for a corner-edge PAIR. I barely see that, so I don't think it's ~63%
RUD and RUL overlap more than RUF due to RUF being able to change edges.Are there theoretical 3-gen solutions for cases that require them using a combination of any three faces?
For example, for every RUF PLL are there also RUD/RUL solutions?
12 on all odd cubes (other than 1×1×1, of course) and 3 on all even cubes.If you disassemble and reassemble a 3x3 cube, there are 519 024 039 293 878 272 000 combinations. But, since not all of these combinations are possible when turning the cube normally, you have to divide that number by 12 to get 43 252 003 274 489 856 000. If the 3x3 "divider" is 12, what is it on 4x4 (when ignoring internal pieces and using fixed centers)? What about 5x5?
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