Difference between revisions of "List of methods"

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'''Method''', from Ancient Greek (methodos, “pursuit of knowledge, investigation, mode of prosecuting such inquiry, system”). A process by which a task is completed; a way of doing something.
 
'''Method''', from Ancient Greek (methodos, “pursuit of knowledge, investigation, mode of prosecuting such inquiry, system”). A process by which a task is completed; a way of doing something.
  
In [[cubing]] the ''method'' is the definition of how the puzzle is solved. There is a great variety in cubing methods, for the [[3x3x3 cube]] the most used method is the [[Fridrich Method]] followed by the [[Petrus Method]] and the [[Roux Method]].
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In [[cubing]] the ''method'' is the definition of how the puzzle is solved. There is a great variety in cubing methods, for [[speedsolving]] the [[3x3x3 cube]] the most used method is the [[Fridrich Method]] followed by the [[Petrus Method]] and the [[Roux Method]].
  
There are also partial methods that solves certain ''"[[step]]s"'' of the general method, like the [[OLL]] and [[PLL]] used in the Fridrich Method.
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There are also partial methods that solves certain ''"[[step]]s"'' of the general method, like the [[OLL]] and [[PLL]] methods used in the Fridrich Method.

Revision as of 17:23, 18 October 2008

Method, from Ancient Greek (methodos, “pursuit of knowledge, investigation, mode of prosecuting such inquiry, system”). A process by which a task is completed; a way of doing something.

In cubing the method is the definition of how the puzzle is solved. There is a great variety in cubing methods, for speedsolving the 3x3x3 cube the most used method is the Fridrich Method followed by the Petrus Method and the Roux Method.

There are also partial methods that solves certain "steps" of the general method, like the OLL and PLL methods used in the Fridrich Method.