# FIRST Double Jeopardy! (4/28)

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For 400, the number of colored squares on a Rubik’s Cube.

That would be 6*5 = 30 = What is 30?

(assuming white isn’t colored, if white was colored it’d be 6^2=36)

My bad, its pretty late… I ahven’t been following jeopardy so I dunno if you can change answers, etc, but here goes…

9*5 = 45 = what is 45?

(assuming white is not colored, if so 9 * 6 = um. 54?. its pretty darn late. )

what is 54?

Interesting fact:

• There are 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 different configurations possible for the Rubiks Cube, only one of which is “correct” (having all like colors on one side)

• If you allow one second for each turn, it would take you 1400 million million years to go through ALL the possible configurations.

• … The whole universe is only 14 thousand million years old.

That is all.

Yep… Katie’s bored.

Ruling: Daisy, you can’t change answers (it’s in that long list of rules somewhere). Also, you bring up a good point about white. So I’ll accept either 45 or 54. Which means Crash gets the points.