CÁCH GIẢI RUBIK SQUARE 1


Square-1 solution method - Overview

This section describes the method I use for solving Square-1. The various steps of the solution are listed below together with a short mô tả tìm kiếm. Throughout the solution I will use a certain notation for the move sequences, which is explained further on the notation page.

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Step 1: Make both layers squareThere are two ways of completing this step: I provide you with a simple edge-pairing technique that is suited for people who are just starting off. The more advanced can gradually learn the diagram of shapes which enables you lớn make both layers square in the optimal number of moves. With the advanced method, you can always complete this step in 7 twists, although you"d rarely need more then 5 twists.
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Step 2: Bring the corners in their correct layerThis is a short and intuitive sầu step. The idea is lớn bring all corners which have sầu the same color on top in the same layer. This doesn"t require any algorithms & can always be done in 3 twists or less. I"ll still provide you with some tips to lớn make this step quicker.

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Step 3: Bring the edges in their correct layerThis is also a short step and it only requires 7 algorithms.
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Step 4: Permute the corners within their layerOnce again, this is also a short step that can be completed very quickly. It requires 5 easy algorithms to be able lớn permute the corners of both layers in one look.
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Step 5: Permute the edges within their layerThis is the hardest step to lớn be able to vày fast. The more algorithms you know, the better you get at it but there are plenty of sequences khổng lồ learn và they are quite lengthy as well.
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Step 6: Correct middle layer and swap layers if necessaryFor this step you only need to lớn know some simple sequences to flip the middle layer và to swap the layers.
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This page is maintained by Lars Vandenbergh
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Last update on 28th May 2007