# Rubiks Cube Quiz

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Question 1:

## How many colored stickers are on a standard 3x3 Rubik's Cube?

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The number of stickers is a multiple of 9.
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54 - A standard 3x3 Rubik's Cube has 6 center stickers, 8 corner stickers, and 12 edge stickers, making a total of 54 colored stickers.

Question 2:

## What is the maximum number of moves required to solve any 3x3 Rubik's Cube?

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The maximum number of moves is a multiple of 5.
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20 - It has been mathematically proven that any 3x3 Rubik's Cube can be solved in 20 moves or fewer.

Question 3:

## Which color is opposite to yellow on a standard 3x3 Rubik's Cube?

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Opposite colors are complementary.
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White - On a standard 3x3 Rubik's Cube, yellow is always opposite to white, and red is always opposite to orange.

Question 4:

## Which part of the Rubik's Cube remains stationary while the rest of the cube is twisted and turned?

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These pieces are fixed in place.
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Center pieces - The center pieces of a Rubik's Cube do not move relative to each other, providing a reference for the other pieces.

Question 5:

## What is the minimum number of moves required to solve a standard 2x2 Rubik's Cube?

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The minimum number of moves is a single digit.
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5 - A standard 2x2 Rubik's Cube can be solved in 5 moves or fewer, making it simpler than the 3x3 version.

Question 6:

## What is the standard number of stickers on a 4x4 Rubik's Cube?

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Think about the number of stickers on each face of the 4x4 Rubik's Cube.
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56 - A standard 4x4 Rubik's Cube has 56 stickers, with 8 stickers on each face.

Question 7:

## Which Rubik's Cube layer is typically solved first in the CFOP method?

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The initial step involves creating a cross on one face.
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Cross - In the CFOP method, the first step is to solve the cross on one face of the Rubik's Cube.

Question 8:

## Which Rubik's Cube algorithm is used to swap two adjacent edge pieces on the last layer?

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This algorithm involves a series of R and U moves.
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R U R' U R U2 R' - The algorithm R U R' U R U2 R' is commonly used to swap two adjacent edge pieces on the last layer of the Rubik's Cube.

Question 9:

## What is the name of the Rubik's Cube world record holder for the fastest single solve?

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The record holder is known for an incredibly fast solve time.
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Yusheng Du - Yusheng Du set the world record for the fastest single Rubik's Cube solve with a time of 3.47 seconds.

Question 10:

## In the Roux method, what is the first step after solving the first two layers?

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This step involves directly solving the last layer in one look.
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1-Look Last Layer - After solving the first two layers in the Roux method, the next step is to 1-Look Last Layer to orient and permute the last layer in one step.

Question 11:

## What is the name of the Rubik's Cube world record holder for the fastest average solve?

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This speedcuber set the record in 2018.
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Max Park - Max Park set the world record for the fastest average solve of the Rubik's Cube with a time of 6.39 seconds at the WCA Red Bull World Championship 2018.

Question 12:

## Which Rubik's Cube method involves solving the edges of the last layer before the corners?

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This method prioritizes edge solving over corner solving.
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ZZ Method - The ZZ Method is a speedcubing method that focuses on solving the edges of the last layer before the corners to reduce the number of algorithms needed to complete the solve.

Question 13:

## Which Rubik's Cube method involves solving the first two layers simultaneously before solving the last layer?

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This method emphasizes simultaneous layer solving.
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Petrus Method - The Petrus Method is a popular speedcubing method that focuses on building a 2x2x2 block and then extending it to solve the first two layers simultaneously before moving on to the last layer.

Question 14:

## Which Rubik's Cube method involves solving the last layer corners before the last layer edges?

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This method has a distinctive approach to last layer solving.
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Heise Method - The Heise Method is a method for solving the Rubik's Cube that focuses on solving the last layer corners before the last layer edges, providing a unique approach to solving the puzzle.

Question 15:

## What is the name of the Rubik's Cube algorithm used to orient the last layer edges in the CFOP method?

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It stands for Orienting the Last Layer.
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OLL - OLL is the step in the CFOP method where the last layer edges are oriented to proceed to the next step, PLL (Permuting the Last Layer).

Question 16:

## In the Roux method, what is the last step after solving the first two layers?

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It involves the last six edges.
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LSE - LSE is the final step in the Roux method where the last six edges are oriented and permuted.