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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Are Form 2220 Resolve

Instructions and Help about Are Form 2220 Resolve

Hey guys, sorry I haven't made a video in a while. But anyways, this video is gonna be a little different. I'm gonna show you guys how to solve the 3x3 Rubik's Cube. There are easier ways to do it, but this is still really easy. So let's get started. This is the Rubik's Cube. It is a cube with six sides, like most cubes. It's important to know which colors are opposite from each other. The easiest way that I remember which colors are opposite from each other is to just think of which colors are similar. So for blue, it's green. Because blue and green are similar in color. For orange, it's red. Because orange and red are similar. Then, this one kind of kills that. It's white and yellow. So that's the first step in knowing how to solve it. The next thing I need to tell you before we get scrambling and solving is the cube notation. Now, this is just what you're gonna need to know so you can understand the algorithms, which come a little later. So here's the cube notation. This is the side that faces you. It is the front side. It is notated with an F. F because it faces you. L because it's on the left. R because it's on the right. U because it's up. And D because it's down. There's also B for back, but you don't need to know that because it's not using any algorithms. If I say F, it means turn the front side 90 degrees clockwise. If I say F prime, that means turn the front side counterclockwise 90 degrees. U is the same thing. U, U prime. D, D prime. So on... It's pretty self-explanatory. And then one more thing. If it says "2" before...