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ALGORITHMS
RUBIK
CUBES
SPACE REGULARLY
VOLUME AMONG CUBOIDS
CUBE GRAPH
SIX SQUARE
PIECES
ICE CUBE
RELEASED
LAYER
TRUNCATED CUBE
SOLVING
ROTATE
MOVIE
COLOURS
SPEEDCUBING
PATENT
PERMUTATIONS
SNUB CUBE
CUMULATION
CUBE
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Definitions

  1. A cube is the three-dimensional case of the more general concept of a hypercube, which exists in any dimension.
  2. The cube is a special case of the square prism in which all faces are squares.
  3. The cube is a special kind of square prism, of rectangular parallelepiped and of 3-sided trapezohedron, and is dual to the octahedron.
  4. A cube is a solid geometric figure with six square faces. (Web site)
  5. The cube is a particular type of right square prism which is also edge- and face-uniform and so counts among the Platonic solids. (Web site)

Algorithms

  1. Simpler to solve than the standard cube in that only the algorithms for the corner pieces are required.
  2. In comparison, Fridrich's advanced solution requires learning 53+ algorithms but allows the Cube to be solved in only 55 moves on average.

Rubik

  1. In 1983, there was a Saturday morning cartoon series based on this toy, entitled Rubik, the Amazing Cube.
  2. For example, a Cuboid is a Rubik's Cube extended with one or more extra layers, which are glued or fused onto it.
  3. Seven Towns licensed the Rubik Cube invention from Professor Rubik for worldwide distribution.

Cubes

  1. The rectified cube is the cuboctahedron.
  2. The vertices of a cube can be grouped into two groups of four, each forming a regular tetrahedron.
  3. The dihedral symmetry D 4h comes from the cube being a prism, with all four sides being the same color.
  4. The figures shown have the same symmetries as the cube (see octahedral symmetry).
  5. The cube has 3 classes of symmetry, which can be represented by vertex-transitive coloring the faces.

Space Regularly

  1. The cube is unique among the Platonic solids for being able to tile space regularly.
  2. As the volume of a cube is the third power of its sides a -- a -- a, third powers are called cubes, by analogy with squares and second powers.

Volume Among Cuboids

  1. A cube construction has the largest volume among cuboids (rectangular boxes) with a given surface area (e.g., paper, cardboard, sheet metal, etc.).

Cube Graph

  1. A different kind of cube is the cube graph, which is the graph of vertices and edges of the geometrical cube.
  2. An extension is the 3-dimensional k -ary Hamming graph, which for k = 2 is the cube graph.

Six Square

  1. A cube[1] is a three-dimensional solid object bounded by six square faces, facets or sides, with three meeting at each vertex.
  2. A cube (or hexahedron) is a Platonic solid composed of six square faces, with three meeting at each vertex.
  3. The tesseract can be unfolded into eight cubes, just as the cube can be unfolded into six squares.

Pieces

  1. There are no pieces that do not have a counterpart on the cube.
  2. It has a total of 50 movable pieces to rearrange, compared to the 20 of the Rubik's cube.

Ice Cube

  1. For other uses, see Ice cube (disambiguation).
  2. For the American rapper and actor, see Ice Cube.

Released

  1. In 1998, Cube released his long-awaited solo album, War & Peace Volume 1.
  2. Cube released The Predator in November 1992, which had been recorded amidst the LA uprising of 1992.
  3. In 1994, Cube formed Westside Connection with Mack 10, and WC, and together they released an album called Bow Down.
  4. A sequel entitled Cube 2: Hypercube was completed, and was released direct to video in April 2003. (Web site)

Layer

  1. After practice, solving the Cube layer by layer can be done in under one minute.
  2. This step involves correctly placing three of the four edge pieces on the "middle" layer of the cube.

Truncated Cube

  1. In particular we can get regular octagons ( truncated cube).
  2. The JGV instance above shows a truncated cube.
  3. A Cayley diagram of S4 as the truncated cube.

Solving

  1. Solving the Cube underwater in a single breath [17] Solving the Cube using a single hand [18] Solving the Cube with one's feet.
  2. Blindfolded solving [16] Solving the Cube with one person blindfolded and the other person saying what moves to do, known as "Team Blindfold".
  3. Tyson began solving the Rubik's Cube blindfolded under the guidance of Leyan Lo and Shotaro Makisumi in April of 2005.

Rotate

  1. This is because there is no sequence of moves that will swap a single pair or rotate a single corner or edge cube.
  2. It is a plastic cube comprising 26 smaller cubes that rotate around a typically unseen kernel. (Web site)

Movie

  1. In 2002, Ice Cube starred in the commercially successful movie Barbershop, and All About the Benjamins.
  2. Cube acted as executive producer and star in his next movie, Dangerous Ground, and costarred in horror flick Anaconda with Jennifer Lopez. (Web site)

Colours

  1. In the unsolved condition colours are randomly distributed amongst the pieces of the cube.
  2. In a typical Cube, each face is covered by nine stickers of one of six solid colours.

Speedcubing

  1. Speedcubing solutions have been developed for solving the Rubik's Cube as quickly as possible.
  2. Many speedcubing competitions have been held to determine who can solve the Rubik's Cube in the shortest time.

Patent

  1. Rubik invented his "Magic Cube" in 1974 and obtained Hungarian patent HU170062 for the Magic Cube in 1975 but did not take out international patents.
  2. Nichols was granted U.S. Patent 3,655,201   on April 11, 1972, two years before Rubik invented his improved cube.

Permutations

  1. The large number of permutations is often given as a measure of the Rubik's cube's complexity.
  2. A lot of puzzles have been built in the past resembling the Rubik's Cube or just its working (as a permutation puzzle).
  3. That the symmetry group of the cube is S 4 means that any permutation of the colors can be achieved by some symmetry of the cube and vice versa.

Snub Cube

  1. The snub cube can be generated by taking the six faces of the cube, pulling them outward so they no longer touch.
  2. Depending on which set of vertices are alternated, the resulting snub cube can have a clockwise or counterclockwise twist.

Cumulation

  1. In general, a tetrakis hexahedron is a non-regular icositetrahedron that can be constructed as a positive cumulation of regular cube.
  2. The cube can be constructed by cumulation of a unit edge-length tetrahedron by a pyramid with height . (Web site)

Cube

  1. The cube can also be called a regular hexahedron and is one of the five Platonic solids.
  2. The analogue of a cube in four-dimensional Euclidean space has a special name --- a tesseract or (rarely) hypercube.
  3. In geometry, the biaugmented truncated cube is one of the Johnson solids ( J 67).
  4. No arrangement of the Rubik's Cube has been discovered so far that requires more than 20 moves to solve.
  5. Nichols's cube was held together with magnets.

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  2. Information > Science > Mathematics > Geometry
  3. Topology > Topological Spaces > Manifolds > Dimension
  4. Science > Astronomy > Universe > Space
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