Rubik’s Cube is a toy that most kids have played with at one time or another, but the findings of Northeastern University Computer Science professor Gene Cooperman and graduate student Dan Kunkle are not child’s play.
The two have proven that 26 moves suffice to solve any configuration of a Rubik’s cube – a new record. Historically the best that had been proved was 27 moves. More information via CCNmag.com. Happy Puzzling!
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