Zeotor wrote:I think how well a cube is scrambled depends on how it's being looked at. Someone may look at a certain scramble from a speedsolving perspective and begin to see one solution. However, someone else may look at the same thing from a fewest moves perspective and begin to see a different solution.
It would probably be difficult to calculate a cube's entropy. If a computer program determined it, then it would have to consider lots of different methods. It would do this so that the scrambled cube wouldn't be biased toward one approach.
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