|Chris said: (May 28, 2012)|
|Dont understand it - In first two positions of dice one common face containing 2 is also the same!|
|Drashti said: (Jun 16, 2013)|
|If we consider fig 1 and 3 then 2 is common and at same position then rule no (3) is not applicable.|
|Amit Mohanty said: (Aug 6, 2014)|
|Compare fig A & B. In both case 5 is right side.
In fig A, 2 is up & 3 is front side. When we down 2 to front so 3 obviously will go to below. 5 is constant at his position.
Then repeat 2 to below so 3 will go totally back side, at that time 5 also constant.
This concept put in fig B & watch 6 is at top, 4 is at front, 2 is at below, 3 is at back side. So 6 IS OPPOSITE TO 2. Think ! think !
|Pradeep said: (Sep 2, 2015)|
|First two dices are enough to get the answer but why they are showing remaining two dices.|
|Hardik said: (Oct 9, 2016)|
|Yes, agree with you @Pradeep.|
|Bharath said: (Sep 9, 2017)|
|Superb explanation @Amit Mohanty.|
|Shashank said: (Nov 15, 2017)|
|Were should I learn the rules? Help me I'm not getting the rules.|
|Manikanta said: (Dec 20, 2018)|
|Hi, I am not understanding this. Anyone explain me to get it.|
|Saurav said: (Jul 9, 2019)|
|Is it 4 or 6?
4 : when we'll compare first and second dice .3 and 5 are common so 2 opp.4
6 : When you compare the last two dice. Apply the clockwise rule.
|Arnab said: (Aug 13, 2020)|
|Well said @Saurav.|
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