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## How do you solve a Rubik’s Cube in 8 steps?

How to Solve the Rubiks Cube

- Step 1: Know the Moves.
- Step 2: Solve the White Cross.
- Step 3: Put the Correct Corners in Place.
- Step 4: Solve the Middle Layer.
- Step 5: Solve the Yellow Cross on Top.
- Step 6: Get All Yellow on Top.
- Step 7: Get All the Yellow Corners in Place.
- Step 8: Finish Solving It.

## How do you solve a Rubik’s Cube in 7 steps?

How to Solve a Rubik’s Cube: 7 -Step Guide

- Step 1: Create White Cross. Begin by holding the cube with the white face up.
- Step 2: Solve White Corners.
- Step 3: Solve Middle Layer.
- Step 4: Create Yellow Cross.
- Step 5: Swap Yellow Edges in Top Layer.
- Step 6: Position Yellow Corners.
- Step 7: Solve Final Layer Corners.

## What is the formula of the cube?

Cube and Cuboid Formulas

Cube | Cuboid |
---|---|

Volume of cube = (Side)^{3} |
Volume of the cuboid = ( length × breadth × height ) |

Diagonal of a cube = √3l | Diagonal of the cuboid =√( l^{2} + b^{2} +h^{2}) |

Perimeter of cube = 12 x side | Perimeter of cuboid = 4 ( length + breadth + height ) |

## How do you solve a Rubik’s Cube in 5 steps?

5 – Step to Solve A 3×3 Rubik’s Cube

- Step 1 – Solve the White Cross. The goal of this step is to hold the cube with the white centerpiece on the top face and create a white cross as shown below:
- Step 2 – Solve the White Corner.
- Step 3 – Solve the Middle Layer.
- Step 4 – Solve the Top Layer.
- Step 5 – Solve the Final Layer.

## Can a Rubix cube be unsolvable?

Yes, it is possible for a cube to freakishly enter an unsolvable orbit without it falling apart. Sometimes a corner can twist in place without anything actually falling apart. To fix (if you’re a beginner), I would suggest disassembling the entire cube and reassembling in the solved configuration.

## How do you trigger a Rubik’s Cube?

The following “ trigger moves” are the most basic of the bunch:

- Right Trigger = R U R’
- Left Trigger = L’ U’ L.