A Rubik’s cube is a 3D puzzle that has 6 faces, each face usually has 9 stickers in a 3x3 layout and the objective of the
puzzle is to achieve the solved state where each face only has a unique color.
The possible states of a 3x3x3 Rubik’s cube are of the order of the quintillion and only one of them is considered the “solved”
state. This means that the input space of any Reinforcement Learning agent trying to solve the cube is huuuuuge.
The puzzle consists of twenty-six unique miniature cubes, also called "cubies" or "cubelets". Each of these includes a concealed inward extension that interlocks with the other cubes while permitting them to move to
different locations. The Cube can be taken apart without much difficulty, typically by rotating the top layer by 45° and then prying one of its edge cubes away from the other two layers. Consequently, it is a simple process to
"solve" a Cube by taking it apart and reassembling it in a solved state
WHAT WILL GIVE YOUR CHILD A HEAD START?
Rubik's Cube lends itself to the application of mathematical group theory, which has been helpful for deducing certain algorithms.
Rubik's solution involves solving the Cube layer by layer, in which one layer (designated the top) is solved first, followed by the middle
layer, and then the final and bottom layer. After sufficient practice, solving the Cube layer by layer can be done in under one minute.
Fluid Intelligence is the ability to solve problems one has never faced before.
We believe this is the single most important ability that will make a huge difference in the life of any child.
Visualisation is one of the greatest skills needed to build a great foundation in critical thinking abilities. One of the hardest to master is the visual spatial skills.
And nothing helps nurture this most important ability like solving the Rubik’s Cube.
Kids will spend a few hours learning basic concepts of calculations and mental ability every day. Improve social skills in a classroom environment.
A abacus workshop for kids generally includes:
- Sharpen memory.
- Focus & Concentration.
- Mental Exercise.
- Problem solving