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A cube is a three-dimensional shape, which has six equal squares. A Cube and dice have total of 6 faces, 8 vertices, and 12 edges. The 3 visible sides of cube at the same time can never be on the opposite side of each other. Below is the figure of a cube. According to the figure above, the six faces in the cube areâ€“ AFEG, ABHF, GEDC, DEFH, ABCG, and BHDC and. By observing the cube it is concluded that:

There will always be contradictory faces in the cube. For example, AFEG is opposite to BHDC, AGCB is opposite to DHEF, and similarly others.

GEDC is the upper side/face of the cube, and ABHF is the bottom side of the cube.

Four faces will always be there, which will be together with one face.

If there are two CUBES that have one digit as common with the same surface, then other surfaces digits will be contradictory to each one. The picture below shows that 4 is common in both the cubes with same surface. Therefore, 5 will be opposite to 2 and 3 will be opposite to 1.

If a cube has 2 digits common then the remaining numbers will be opposite to each other and the number opposite of common digits cannot be determined. The figure below makes it clear that 6 and 2 are common numbers with different surfaces. Thus, 3 will be opposite to 5. Now the question is what will be the opposite of 2 and 6, then answer will not be evaluated since there surfaces are not similar.

If there are two CUBES having one digit common with different surfaces, then rotate it in the clockwise direction to get the opposite side. The below-mentioned pictures show 2 figures X and Y. Looking at figure X, we can see that if we rotate 2 we first see 6 then 5 comes. Hence 6 is opposite to 4. In figure Y if we rotate 2, we first see 4 then comes 1; therefore, 1 is opposite to 5.