You Don't Know These 12 Interesting Facts About Rubik's Cube

If you love to solve the puzzles then you must have played with Rubik's cube. It is very interesting to play with Rubik

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You Don't Know These 12 Interesting Facts About Rubik's Cube

If you love to solve the puzzles then you must have played with Rubik's cube. It is very interesting to play with Rubik’s cube which is popularly known as magic cube. This Rubik’s cube consist of 6 faces that are covered by 6 different colors viz Red, Blue, White, Green, yellow and Orange. Very few could solve this cube in a given span of time. 


In this model yellow colors is arranged opposite to white, green opposite to blue and yellow is opposite to orange. Have you ever thought in how many ways did this difficult puzzle can be solved? We bet you never know that there are around 43,252,003,274 489,856,000 ways to solve this puzzle. This Rubik’s cube has some more interesting facts to be known.

This 3D Architecture was first created in 1974 by a professor of Budapest

This cube was first sold in 1975 in a toy shop in Budapest

The cube is made up of 26 miniature cubes

They are called as cubelets or cubies.

Later the cube was renamed as Rubik’s cube as...

he used this cube as a working model to explain 3D geometry.

Rubik himself took a month to solve this puzzle for the first time

There are around 350 million Rubik’s cube sold worldwide. Wow!

This is incredible!

But if you twist Rubik’s cube once every second, then to solve this puzzle it would take you 1400 trillion years.

People also take part in the cubing competition

You will not believe that they solve this puzzle in less than 6 seconds. Really???

Mats Valk from Netherlands solved this puzzle in 5.55 seconds

Cuberstormer solved the Rubik’s cube in 3.253 seconds…

I couldn’t even start in 3 seconds. 

For every legal permutation this cube can be solved in less than 20 moves

The world’s largest Rubik’s Cube weighs 500 kg

It is located in Knoxville, Tennessee.

The world’s smallest Rubik’s cube is 10mm wide and is made by Russian Evgeniy Grigorievis

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