- Four positions of dice are given below. Which letter will be opposite to D? ...
- The positions of a cube are shown below. How many dots will be on the face opposite to the face containing 2 dots? ...
- How many points will be on the face opposite to the face which contains 3 points? ...
- Two different positions of a dice are shown below. Which digit will appear on the face opposite to the face with number 4? ...
- Few cubes are arranged as shown in the figure. How many cubes are unseen? ...
- Two different position of the same dice are shown. Which number will be at the top if 4 is at the bottom? ...
- Choose the cube that will be formed by folding the sheet of paper shown in the problem figure. ...
- Study the following figures and find out the number opposite to 3. ...
- Two positions of the same dice are shown. Select the number that will be on the face opposite to the one showing 6. ...
- Four different positions of the same dice are shown. Find the number on the face opposite to the one having 3. ...
- Three positions of a cube are shown below. Which number will be opposite to the face containing 4? ...
- A cube is made by folding the given sheet. In the cube so formed, which of the following pairs of symbols will NOT be on the opposite faces? ...
- From the following two different appearance of dice find out the number which is opposite ‘5’. ...
- Three different positions of the same dice are shown. Select the letter/number that will be on the face opposite to the face having letter ‘U’? ...
- A cube is made by folding the given sheet. In the cube so formed, what would be the letter on the opposite side of ‘A’? ...
- Four different positions of the same dice are shown. Select the letter that will be on the face opposite to the face having the letter B. ...
- A cube is made by folding the given sheet. In the cube so formed, which of the following pairs of symbols will NOT be on the opposite faces? ...
- A dice with six faces is marked with six numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 respectively. This dice is rolled three times and three positions are shown as: Fin...
- Two different positions of the same dice are shown, the six faces of which are numbered from 1 to 6. Select the number that will be on the face opposite to...
- A cube is made by folding the given sheet. In the cube so formed, which if the following pairs of symbols will not be on opposite sides? ...
- Which of the following cube in the answer figure cannot be made based on the unfolded cube in the question figure? ...
- Which of the following cube in the answer figure cannot be made based on the unfolded cube in the question figure? ...
- Three positions of a cube ae shown below. What will come opposite to face containing $? ...
- . A dice is thrown four times and its four different positions are given below. Find the number on the face opposite the face showing 2. ...

Question Listing

- Alphabetical Coding
- Analogy
- Analytical Reasoning
- Aplhabetical Coding
- Appropriate Paragraph
- Appropriate Sentence
- Appropriation of sentence
- Arithmetic Problem
- Arrangement
- Binary Coding
- Blood Relations
- Cause and effect
- Classification
- Clocks and Calendars
- Coded Blood Relationship
- Coded Directions
- Coded group of words
- Coded Inequalities
- Coded Instruction
- Coded Message
- Coded operation of nos
- Coded with condition
- Coding Decoding
- Coding group of words
- Commonsense Reasoning
- Comparison Puzzle
- Comparisons
- Counting Of Figures
- Courses of Action
- Courses of action VR
- Data Sufficiency
- Degree of Truth Falsity VR
- Direction and Distance
- Eligibility criteria
- English Dictionary
- Figure pattern completion
- Figures
- Hidden Image
- Implicit Statements Verbal Reasoning
- Input Output
- Letter operation
- Mathematical operation
- Matrices
- Matrix
- Meaningful Words
- Mirror image
- Missing Letters
- Missing Numbers
- Number operation
- Odd words
- Paper cutting
- Paper folding
- Paragraph Appropriation
- Paragraph completion
- Pattern completion
- Probably True
- Puzzles
- Ranking
- Rearrangement Commonsense reasoning
- Reasoning Miscellaneous
- Relationship between statement
- Seating Arrangement
- Seating with Blood Relationship
- Series Figurative
- Set of numbers
- Simplification in reasoning
- Statement and assumption
- Statement and conclusions
- Statement and Inference
- Strong and Weak Argument
- Syllogism
- Symbols and Notations
- Venn diagrams
- Visual reasoning
- Water image
- Word Formation
- Wrong Series

Cubes & Dice forms an important part of the Reasoning syllabus of various competitive exams like- SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, RRB NTPC and many others. This topic aims to test candidates ability to understand and analyze information presented visually and then solve problems logically.

What are Cubes & Dice?

Cube

A Cube is a three dimensional figure which is made out of a square. When a square is given a height equal to one of the sides, it becomes a Cube.

Basic Features of a Cube

Four faces are adjacent to one face

There are pairs of opposite faces. For instance, DEFH is ABCG and so on.

CDEG is the upper face of the cube

ABHF is the bottom face of the cube.

A cube has 6 square faces or sides

A cube has 8 points (vertices)

A cube has 12 edges

At a time, only three sides of a cube are visible and these sides can never be on the opposite side of each other.

Dice

On the other hand a Die/Dice is also a cube. It is a three dimensional figure with each of its six sides denoting different numbers/letters/colours, etc. It has 8 corners and 12 edges. In a dice, the length, breadth and height are equal to each other.

Numbers on a Die

The numbering on a die is specific.

The sum of the numbers on the opposite faces will always be equal to 7.

The number 1 will be opposite to number 6.

The number 2 is opposite to 5 and 3 is opposite to 4.

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