Does the methods exist on the complex plane?

--- Den fre 19/12/08 skrev per_fredlund <

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Fra: per_fredlund <

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Emne: Re : [Speed cubing group] Re: "THE ULTIMATE SOLUTION"

Til:

speedsolvingrubikscube@yahoogroups.com
Dato: fredag 19. december 2008 12.42

Hi :-)

The popular names of those methods are Fridrich (Layer by layer),

Petrus (block expansion method), Roux (2 opposite 2x3x1 blocks first)

and Heise respectively. That way you can look up further reference

material yourself(ves) ...

Per

--- In speedsolvingrubiksc ube@yahoogroups. com, "Shelley Chang"

<shelchang@. ..> wrote:

>

> --- In speedsolvingrubiksc ube@yahoogroups. com, Vincent Damo

> <beishebek_vinz@ > wrote:

> >

> > can you posted me steps in completing the rubiks?

> >

>

> 1. Build cross on one layer

> 2. Complete first two layers

> 3. Orient last layer pieces

> 4. Permute last layer pieces

>

> OR

>

> 1. Build 2x2x2 block

> 2. Expand to 2x2x3 block

> 3. Orient remaining edges

> 4. Complete first two layers

> 5. Permute and orient last layer corners

> 6. Permute last layer edges

>

> OR

>

> 1. Build two 1x2x3 blocks on opposite sides

> 2. Solve remaining corners

> 3. Solve middle slice

> 4. Orient and permute remaining edges

>

> OR

>

> 1. Build four 2x2x1 blocks

> 2. Join blocks and orient remaining edges

> 3. Solve remaining edges and two corners

> 4. Solve remaining three corners using commutators

>

> Take your pick.

>

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