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# Formulas For Dices

## Dices Formulas & Formulas:-

Dice is a cubical shaped article, having six faces. It can also be referred to as a cube or a cubical.

They have six faces similar to a cube and each face is marked with different number of dots from one to six.

- A Dice have six faces
- A Dice have 8 vertices
- A Dice has 12 Edges

#### All its six faces are shown in the mentioned diagram:

**Specifically, the six faces are:**

1. PQRU

2. RUST

3. STWV

4. WVPQ

5. SUVP

6. SUTR

There are certain relevant facts which should always be remembered while solving the Dice reasoning questions which are mentioned below:

- It has six square shaped sides having equal length and width.
- It has 8 points.
- It has 12 boundaries or edges.
- One can only view three sides of a cube at one point of time which are commonly known as “joint sides.”
- The above figure makes it evident that the two opposite faces cannot be adjacent to each other.

**For example:** from the above figure, we can see that face PQRU and STWV are opposite to each other, but they can never be adjacent to one another.

## Formulas For Dices & Types of Dices

Usually, there are two types of dices that are:

- Base Dice
- Open Dice

(Note:- Since generally questions on Base Dices, are being asked in the exams. Hence we shall be discussing them in detail in the tips and tricks page.

However, a brief explanation of open dices along with diagram is mentioned here for some basic understanding of the concerned students)

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