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Rubik’s Cube Can Be Solved In 3.47 Seconds

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If you’ve ever struggled to solve a Rubik’s Cube, a good tip is to break it down into steps. That advice comes from the man who invented it, so it’s worth a shot.

“Problem solving is a very basic activity of the human mind, and if a problem is complex, you need to divide the problem into smaller elements,” Erno Rubik, the cube’s inventor, says.

Rubik’s color-matching puzzle has grown from a classroom teaching tool in Cold War-era Hungary to a global phenomenon, with over 450 million cubes sold and a mini-empire of related toys.

“The cube represents what freedom means to me.” “Freedom is never infinite,” he said recently in New York.

“It allows you to do what is required to achieve your goal.”

The original 3×3 Rubik’s cube has more than 43 quintillion – that is, more than 43,000,000,000,000,000,000 – possible configurations, but the cube’s principles have been refashioned for 2×2, 4×4, and 5×5 cubes, a board game called Rubik’s Race, a pyramid, a tower, and a Christmas tree, among other things.

Rubik’s Revolution and Rubik’s Touch even made the transition to electronic media. In 2021, Spin Master purchased the brand. The Phantom is their newest brainteaser, which takes the 3×3 original cube and adds a memory test: Using thermochromic technology, the multi-color tiles fade to black unless heated by the user’s hand.

Info Source – The Star

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