# Verbal Reasoning - Dice - Discussion

### Discussion :: Dice - Dice 1 (Q.No.1)

1.

Which symbol will be on the face opposite to the face with symbol * ?

 [A]. @ [B]. \$ [C]. 8 [D]. +

Explanation:

The symbols of the adjacent faces to the face with symbol * are @, -, + and \$. Hence the required symbol is 8.

 Vijay said: (Aug 19, 2012) Its very simple consider the first figure 1)-,@,* '-' front,'@'top,'*' right if we turn dice one step in clock wise direction then u will get 2)*,@,+ '*'front,'@'top,'+'right here '-' is turn to left side then '-' is face opp-sit to '+' and again dice roll to top then '\$' will come to front side then @ is opp_sit to '\$' finally '*' is oppsitive to '8' sorry for my worst English

 Shefali said: (Sep 1, 2012) No very well done vijay. Thanku so much. :).

 Sandeep said: (Nov 21, 2013) First Three dice has common symbol i.e. * and it is not possible that other symbol that are @, -, +, \$ is opposite to the * because these symbols are visible with symbol *. IN last dice there is no * and a new symbol appears that is 8. hence answer is 8 because \$ and + is visible with symbol * in third dice.

 Moinudeen said: (Apr 1, 2014) First two dice have same two face and remaining dice which haven't same face....so '-' is opposite to '+',and when this rule follow on other pair of dice...then we will get that '@' is opposite of '\$' and get that '*' is exist opposite side of '8'.

 HIRAK JYOTI Pathak said: (Jul 23, 2016) * = @, -, +, \$, 8. Figure 1. @ nd - is near * so they are cancelled. Figure 2. @ nd+ is near * they also cancelled. Figure 3. \$ nd + is near * they also cancelled. Then remaining is 8. So, the answer is C.

 Sahil said: (Dec 10, 2016) Can we just see the adjacent figures and determine the answer?

 Maroof Khan said: (Feb 17, 2017) Thanks @Vijay.

 Dinesh said: (Apr 7, 2017) First of all see which one is the most common in dice and then take its adjacent symbols like. * = @, -, +, \$ And, Symbol * has four adjacents and which one is miss that is 8. So, we have our answer 8.

 Sudhagar said: (Apr 22, 2017) Thanks for the given explanation.

 Natasha said: (Jul 16, 2017) How is this possible? please explain.

 Piyush said: (Aug 25, 2017) Well explained, Thank you all.

 Santosh said: (Sep 23, 2017) Excellent, Thanks for the explanation.

 BALA said: (Jan 11, 2018) Thank you @Vijay.

 Ayushman Behera said: (Sep 1, 2021) Please explain it.

 Ayushman Behera said: (Sep 1, 2021) Nicely, explained. Thanks, everyone.

 Student said: (Jun 7, 2022) Nice explanation. Thank you everyone.

 RAMU.M said: (Jul 16, 2022) Your concept is right, Thanks for the explanation@Vijay.