1995: At least 20 moves are necessary for solving certain scrambled states of the Rubik’s cube. (A move is any rotation of any face).

2010: 20 moves are sufficient to solve any scrambled state.

2011: The optimal number of moves for an * n*×

*×*

*n**Rubik’s Cube is proportional to*

*n*

*n*^{2}/log(

*)*

*n*2014: 26 is “God’s number” for moves limited to quarter-turn

2018: A robot can solve any Rubik’s Cube in 0.38 seconds.

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