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11:04:40 AM Apr 17th 2014
Set theory or group theory? I mean group theory is described* with set theory, But I think its more group theory.

With the solved cube/not changing anything being the identity element, and a combination of moves making up the other elements, and to solve it you find a series of moves that is the inverse element of the element it started from, and apply that, to get back to the identity element.

I mean maybe it meant set theory but I dont think so. I'm going to change it to set/group theory.

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