Solving the World’s Largest Rubik’s Cube (17x17x17)

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At 17x17x17 this is the world’s largest rubik’s cube. It took Kenneth Brandon 7.5 hours to solve this beast but you can watch a condensed 6-minute time-lapse version here. For those curious, you can check out the real-time version here (the video is just shy of 8 hours long).

So just how many different ‘positions’ can you derive from a 17x17x17 rubik’s cube? About 66.9 quinquagintatrecentillion or 6.69 * 10^1054

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