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== God's Number ==
 
== God's Number ==
'''God's Number''' is either used to refer to the diameter of the [[Rubik's Cube Group|group]] of the puzzle (the furthest distance two states can be from each other) or to the furthest distance any position can be from solved. God's Number has long been known for smaller puzzles, such as [[2x2x2]] and [[Pyraminx]], but for [[3x3x3]] it was unknown until July 2010 an it is still unknown for bigger cube (as the [[4x4x4]])
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'''God's Number''' is either used to refer to the diameter of the [[Rubik's Cube Group|group]] of the puzzle (the furthest distance two states can be from each other) or to the furthest distance any position can be from solved. God's Number has long been known for smaller puzzles, such as [[2x2x2]] and [[Pyraminx]], but for [[3x3x3]] it was unknown until July 2010 and it is still unknown for bigger cubes (like the [[4x4x4]]).
  
 
=== God's Number for [[3x3x3]] ===
 
=== God's Number for [[3x3x3]] ===

Revision as of 21:34, 20 January 2015

God's Algorithm is the optimal solution from a puzzle state to another state, commonly the solved state. The term is sometimes used to refer to the algorithm itself, or an algorithmic procedure that finds such a solution efficiently.

God's Number

God's Number is either used to refer to the diameter of the group of the puzzle (the furthest distance two states can be from each other) or to the furthest distance any position can be from solved. God's Number has long been known for smaller puzzles, such as 2x2x2 and Pyraminx, but for 3x3x3 it was unknown until July 2010 and it is still unknown for bigger cubes (like the 4x4x4).

God's Number for 3x3x3

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