On the Subject of 1x1x1 Rubik’s Cube
It’s already solved though.
Sup you losers? It’s ya boi back with another challenge: setting the world record for solving the smallest Rubik’s Cube known to mankind! But you’re going to help me do it.
Find the starting location on the grid below with the top* face color being the starting cell. The back, left, right, and front faces must match with the top, left, right, and bottom of the starting cell (wrapping is allowed).
Note: The cube can be rotated before the start button is pressed. This will not change the initial answer.
Once you found your starting cell, use each character’s numeric position from the serial number (A=1, Z=26) to get 6 numbers. Add the row of the starting cell to the first three numbers and the column to the second three**.
*The top face is considered the one that is seen first when the module is initialized.
**Index starts at 0.