Rubik's cube is a cube with edges approximately 56 mm (2.2 in) long. It consists of 26 smaller cubes; one side is made up of 3x3 such cubes. If you take an ordinary cube and cut it as you would a Rubik's cube, you are left with 27 smaller cubes. Rubik's cube does not contain the cube from the very middle. In fact, the smaller pieces of the Rubik's cube does not really have a shape of a cube. We call these 26 small pieces cubies.
About Rubik's Cube
- The Rubik's cube was invented in 1974 by Erno Rubik, a Hungarian architect, who wanted a working model to help explain three-dimensional geometry.
- Rubik's cube is one of the best selling toy in the world
Benifits of Rubik's cube
- Improves your reflexes as you keep solving it
- Gives finger dexterity & agility
- Improves your hand-eye coordination
- Breaking multiple tasks into easy steps
- Problem solving skills
- Re-framing problems (from an outsider's view)
Introduction, Basics of Rubik Cube, Notations to be used like edges, corners and rotations of various sides of the cube Methodology to be adopted, layer concepts