## Getting your journey started with AI by solving Rubik’s cube puzzle

In this session, we’ll walk through a real-world scenario in which we’ll create a mobile Power Apps application to help us solve a Rubik’s cube problem using AI. We’ll start by learning how to solve the puzzle and then build a working Power Apps app to help us solve it using the phone’s camera.

## What is the trick to solving a Rubik’s Cube?

Turning the corresponding face 180 degrees is indicated by R2, L2, U2, D2, F2, or B2.

- Step One: Make the Daisy.
- Step Two: Make the White Cross.
- Step Three: Solve the First Layer.
- Step Four: Solve the Middle Layer.
- Step Five: Make the Yellow Cross.
- Step Six: Solve the Yellow Face.

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

How to Solve a 33 Rubik’s Cube in 5 Easy Steps

- Step 1: Solve the White Cross.
- Step 2: Solve the White Corner.
- Step 3: Solve the Middle Layer.
- Step 4: Solve the Top Layer.
- Step 5: Solve the Final Layer.

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

How to Solve a Rubik’s Cube in 7 Easy Steps

- Step 1: Make a White Cross by starting with the white side up on the cube.
- Step 2: Solve White Corners.
- Step 3: Solve Middle Layer.
- Step 4: Make a Yellow Cross.
- Step 5: Swap Yellow Edges in Top Layer.
- Step 6: Position Yellow Corners.
- Step 7: Solve Final Layer Corners.

## Can a Rubik’s cube be solved in 20 moves?

In 2010, a group of mathematicians and computer programmers demonstrated that any Rubik’s Cube can be solved in no more than 20 moves. In 1995, mathematician Michael Reid discovered a Rubik’s Cube configuration known as a “superflip” and demonstrated that it required at least 20 moves to solve.

## How do you solve a Rubik’s Cube in 3 moves?

Online Rubik’s Cube (3×3) Solution

- TOP layer: Step 1 – Create Daisy.
- TOP layer: Step 2 – Make a WHITE Cross.
- TOP layer: Step 3 – Solve WHITE Corners.
- MIDDLE layer: Place Edges in MIDDLE.
- BOTTOM layer: Step 1 – Make YELLOW Cross.

## Is CFOP the fastest method?

Which Method Is More Popular and Has Achieved the Fastest Speed-Cubing Times? The CFOP is more popular than the Roux, and it has set the majority of world records, so we can conclude that it is the fastest method in terms of numbers.