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 A330389 Maximal order of an element in the n X n X n Rubik's cube group. 1
 45, 1260, 765765, 281801520, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880, 5354228880 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 2,1 COMMENTS For the standard Rubik's cube (n = 3) the longest period 1260 is obtained with the moves RU2D'BD'. a(n) = a(6) for all n > 6. LINKS Math StackExchange, Determine the highest order of an element of a Rubik's Cube group. Puzzling StackExchange, Worst way to solve Rubik's in one algorithm. CROSSREFS Cf. A007458, A054434, A075152, A257401. Sequence in context: A004350 A199518 A075515 * A346324 A243570 A145151 Adjacent sequences:  A330386 A330387 A330388 * A330390 A330391 A330392 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Dmitry Kamenetsky, Dec 13 2019 STATUS approved

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