5x5x5 Cube

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Professor Cube
Wiki 5x5x5 solved.jpg
Professor Cube into a solved position
Alternative names: 5x5x5, 5x5
Shape: Cube
Internal Mechanism: 5x5x5
Inventor: Udo Krell
Year: 1986
Produced by: Rubik's, East Sheen, MoYu, Shengshou, QiYi, QJ, V-Cube, Maru, DianSheng, LanLan, DaYan, Cyclone Boys

The 5x5x5 cube (also known as the Professor's Cube, and normally referred to as the 5x5x5 or 5x5) is a twistable puzzle in the shape of a cube that is cut four times along each of three axes. The main brands for this puzzle are the Rubik's, East Sheen, V-cube, and the Shengshou cubes, which were patented by Udo Krell in 1986, Chen Sen Li in 2000, and Panagiotis Verdes.

This puzzle has 6 fixed centers, a total of 48 other center pieces, a total of 36 edge pieces, and 8 corners, and 2.8 x 10^74 positions.

A Professor cube, partially dismantled.

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