## Fundamental Rubik’s Cube Problem Is Nearly Solved

Question: What is the maximum number of moves required to solve a Rubik’s cube? Nobody knows the answer yet. But it’s either 21, 22, or 23 moves, and we’re about…

Read moreQuestion: What is the maximum number of moves required to solve a Rubik’s cube? Nobody knows the answer yet. But it’s either 21, 22, or 23 moves, and we’re about…

Read moreHere’s an example of what might be called “biological proof” of a mathematical claim. Proposition (The Isoperimetric Inequality). The solid that minimizes the ratio of surface area to volume (SA/V)…

Read moreSo you write with mathematical symbols. You’re not interested in learning LaTeX. But you’re fed up with going to Insert > Symbol every three seconds in Microsoft Word. Here is…

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