## Rubik Cube Formula Sheet

The students who are interested in math can download this formula sheet. There are about forty-two quintillion possibilities for the arrangement of pieces of the Rubik’s cube.

Solving a 3×3 Rubik’s cube is extremely simple. Forget about what others say to us but if we are interested we can learn to solve it for the first time within an hour.

### Rubik Cube Formula Sheet

Here are some things you should know about the Rubik’s Cube. Some of these points might strike you as trivial at first, but each affords some insight that will become clearer the more time you spend with the cube.

- The Rubik’s Cube has six faces.
- Each face is defined by its center. The face with the blue center will ultimately be blue when the cube is solved.
- Centers don’t move. White is typically opposite of yellow, blue is typically opposite green, and red is typically opposite orange.
- Corner pieces have three stickers and edge pieces have two stickers. When solving the cube, try to keep in mind that you are moving pieces,
*not stickers*. Another way of thinking about this point is that a red sticker on a corner piece will never move to an edge position.

### Cube Notation

Solving the cube will require you to turn its faces. Each face is represented by a letter. The direction of a given rotation is denoted by the presence or absence of a prime (’) symbol.

Right face: R

Left face: L

Upward-pointing face: U

Downward-pointing face: D

Front face: F

Back face: B

R, L, U, D, F, or B means to turn the corresponding face 90 degrees clockwise

R’, L’, U’, D’, F’, or B’ means to turn the corresponding face 90 degrees counterclockwise.

R2, L2, U2, D2, F2, or B2 means to turn the corresponding face 180 degrees.

**You can download the Rubik Cube Formula Sheet PDF using the link given below.**