[next] [prev] [up] Date: Mon, 11 Jul 94 13:06:53 JST
[next] [prev] [up] From: Toshi Kato <jkato@tmastb.eec.toshiba.co.jp >
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Many thanks.
Especially to Dan Hoey and der Mouse <mouse@Collatz.McRCIM.McGill.EDU>.

I have recieved E-mail individually from Mr.Dan Hoey too,

Date: Thu, 7 Jul 94 16:43:02 EDT
From: hoey@AIC.NRL.Navy.Mil
To: jkato@tmastb.eec.toshiba.co.jp (Toshi Kato)
Subject: Re: SBP "Magic sQ"

A little hack tells me you can solve that by moving
1,7,3,6,1,9,4,1,7,5,9,4,2,9,4,7,5,9,2,5,8. That's 21 moves, or 30 if
you count by the tile. It's optimal in both metrics.

Do you know anything about Rubik's Cube?

Dan Hoey

I was surprised to recieve solutions both so quickly.
Cubes-Lover is very smart team, I think.

Thanks again,
Junk Kato

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