# How do you solve a cube question in reasoning?

## How do you solve a cube question in reasoning?

DICE REASONING: Concepts & tricks

- Four faces are adjacent to one face.
- There are pairs of opposite faces e.g. Opposite of DEFH is ABCG and so on.
- CDEG is the upper face of the cube.
- ABHF is the bottom face of the cube.

### How many cubes having red GREY and pink Colours on at least one side of the cube will be formed?

Hence, the number of such small cubes is 4.

**How many pieces will you get if you make 4 cuts along the length and 4 cuts along the breadth of a solid cube?**

We get total 4 pieces or 4 parts of the initial big cube. Similarly, another cut parallel to both the previous cuts (z-axis) will further divide these 4 pieces into two pieces each, thus making the total pieces as 8.

**Which number is opposite to 1 in dice?**

number 6

Numbers on a die: The number 1 will be opposite to number 6. The number 2 is opposite to 5 and 3 is opposite to 4. Such that: 1 + 6 = 7.

## How many cubes have no surface painted?

Number of smaller cubes having no surface painted =(n−2)3×6=(2)3=8.

### How many cubes are unpainted?

According to the formula, cubes with no side painted= (12-2) 3= 1000. So, total number of unpainted cubes= 1000+100=1100.

**What is the minimum no of cuts required to cut a cube into 210 pieces?**

By making at least how many cuts can a cube be cut into 210 smaller pieces without putting the pieces one above another? Here, we can see 210 = 5 x 6 x 7 and this is the most uniformly distributed way to write 210 as a product of 3 numbers so we can say to have 5 pieces along a dimension there must be 4 cuts.

**What is the formula of dice?**

The work out of this is as follows: Probability = Number of desired outcomes ÷ Number of possible outcomes = 3 ÷ 36 = 0.0833. The percentage comes out to be 8.33 per cent. Also, 7 is the most likely result for two dice.

## What is the opposite of 3 in dice?

Thus, there is only one number that could be opposite ‘3’ i.e. ‘6’. So, ‘6’ is the opposite ‘3’ in the given dice. Hence, the correct answer is “6”.