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In one of the previous letters on the subject of cubing

there was a letter from some one offering to put together a piece

on group theory and cubing, I for one would certainly be interested in

seeing it. When I took my cube apart and tried to put it together

I wondered as to how many ways there are of putting it together

so that the cube is unsolvable, i.e. how many equivalence classes

are there which are 'wrong'.

Any one worked it out, I would but group theory is unfortunately not

my strongest subject.

Sandeep