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How to Solvethe Rubik’s Cube
By: Isaiah Bowers

Introduction
This guide is intended to show you how to solve the 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube. There aremany different ways to solve the cube however I have studied and used only one. I willtry my best to describe how to solve this in as simplest as terms as possible along with pictures.
Understanding the cube
For the most part all you have to do is figure out your starting point and memorize theturns I will describe. Keeping things simple is the key. Do not worry if you mess up aside while making your turns as it’s going to happen whether you want it to or not.
Terms to remember
Block – a cube contains 27 blocksCube – in the guide when stated to turn the cube it means literally turning the whole cubeFront Face – Side of the cube that faces you the whole time you’re doing the steps turnsPiece – the coloured sticker referred to

The Block Terminology
When I reference turns and setting up the cube for the turns I will talk about 3 kinds of things. The center Block, the middle side blocks, and the corners.There are 6 center blocks. Each a different colour. No matter how you turn the cube this block will remain in the same spot and that is the side that is meant for that colour.There are 12 side blocks. Each has 2 colours. They represent where in the cube twocolours are suppose to connect to each other.There are 8 corner pieces. Each has 3 colours. They connect 3 colours that are supposedto be next to each other.
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