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Non Verbal Reasoning - Cubes and Dice

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• Introduction

Exercise

"Everything you can imagine is real."
- Pablo Picasso

Construction of Boxes:

The details of the cube formed when a sheet is folded to form a box:

 Form I In this case:1 lies opposite 5;2 lies opposite 4;3 lies opposite 6. Form II In this case:1 lies opposite 6;2 lies opposite 4;3 lies opposite 5. Form III In this case:1 lies opposite 4;2 lies opposite 6;3 lies opposite 5. Form IV In this case:1 lies opposite 4;2 lies opposite 5;3 lies opposite 6. Form V In this case:1 lies opposite 3;2 lies opposite 5;4 lies opposite 6. Form VI In this case: will be the one of the faces of the cube and it lies opposite 3;2 lies opposite 4;1 lies opposite 5. Form VII In this case: will be the one of the faces of the cube and it lies opposite 3;2 lies opposite 4;1 lies opposite 5. Form VIII In this case: and are two faces of the cube that lie opposite to each other.1 lies opposite 3;2 lies opposite 4;