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2×2×2 color cubes
Raymond Siegrist
Using six colors, one per side, cubes can be colored in 30 unique ways. In this paper, a row and column pattern in Conway's matrix always leads to a selection of eight cubes to replicate one of the 30 cubes. Each cube in the set of 30 has a 2×2×2 replica with inside faces of matching color. The eight cubes of each replica can be configured in two different ways.
coloring problems, 30 color cubes
Published: 2018/09/27
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Raymond Siegrist
State University of New York College at Oneonta

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