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Rubix cube help?

Rubix cube help? Topic: Rubix cube help?
June 20, 2019 / By Candis
Question: I got this thing like two days ago, and i'm almost done with it, everything is in the right place....except for these two pieces. They are opposite to each other and the problem it, that the color are inverted on each face, like on the green side, the yellow and green are flipped and the same with the blue and yello edge. how...do I flip them without disturbing the rest of the cube?
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Ambrosia Ambrosia | 10 days ago
the trick for a rubix cube is to get the corners first. i never solved one, but my friend did. but of course......he can solve one in 30 seconds.
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Ambrosia Originally Answered: Dream about a rubik's cube?
A rubik's cube is a puzzle. You are puzzled by something in life, and trying to solve the issue. however, people around you (like the friend) do not let you solve your own issues, as this friend steps in and solves it for you. Perhaps your subconscious mind is sending you a message that you are listening too much to the advice of others and not to your own intuition on how to solve your own problems. I think you and this friend are also have some minor problems and hurt feelings, and this is reflected in the dream.
Ambrosia Originally Answered: Dream about a rubik's cube?
everyone has crazy dreams. I mean, just the other night, i had a dream that i was getting ready for a wedding at my school, and the girls had no where to change, and then randomly we walked into a basement, and my old teacher's eyes blew up and starred at my friend's boobs.
Ambrosia Originally Answered: Dream about a rubik's cube?
You may be having some problem which u can not solve but your friend can solve.If you are having no problem expect some problems in future.

Ambrosia Originally Answered: Physics ice cube problem?
Let’s determine the decrease of the temperature of the aluminum calorimeter and water. ∆ T = 26˚ – 10˚ = 16˚ Let’s use the following equation to determine the heat energy that is released by the aluminum calorimeter and water as their temperature decreases 16˚. Q = mass * specific heat * ∆ T Q1 = 0.1 * 900 * 16 = 1440 J Q2 = 0.320 * 4186 * 16 = 21,432.32 J Total = 1440 + 21,432.32 = 22,872.32 J This is the heat energy that is absorbed by the ice. First the temperature of the ice must increase from -12˚ to ˚C. Then the ice must melt. Finally the temperature of the ice must increase from 0˚C to 10˚C. Let m be the mass of the ice. Q1 = m * 2000 * 12 = m * 24,000 Q2 = m * 3.35 * 10^5 Q3 = m * 4186 * 10 = m * 41,860 Total = m * (24,000 + 3.35 * 10^5 + 41,860) Total = m * 400,860 Set this equal to the heat energy that is released by the aluminum calorimeter and water. m * 424,860 = 22,872.32 m = 22,872.32 ÷ 400,860 The mass of the ice cube is approximately 0.057 g or 57 grams. I am sorry about the mistakes in my previous work. I hope this helps you to understand how to solve this type of problem.
Ambrosia Originally Answered: Physics ice cube problem?
     Q1 = m(ice).c(ice).θ1 - m(ice).Lf ← ice    Q2 = [m(al).c(al) + m(water)].θ2    ▬▬▬    Q1+Q2 = [(m(ice) + m(water)).c(water) + m(al).c(al)].θ3 > m(ice) = [m(water).c(water) + m(al).c(al].(θ2 - θ3)/[c(water).θ3 - c(ice).θ1 + Lf] > m(ice) = (320*4186 + 100*900)*16/(4186*10 + 2000*12 + 3.35E5) = 57.06 g  

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