Q: 103 (IAS/2006)

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Each of the six faces of a cube is numbered by one of the six digits from 1 to 6. This cube is shown in its four different positions in the figures I, II, III and IV: Consider the following statements:
I. Figures II and III are sufficient to know as to which face is opposite to the face numbered 6.
II. Figure II and III are sufficient to know as to which face is opposite to the face numbered 4.
III. Figures I and IV are sufficient to know as to which face is opposite to the face numbered 3.
Which of the statements given are correct?
question_subject: 
Logic/Reasoning
question_year: 
2006
question_exam: 
IAS
question_sub_subject: 
Reasoning
question_topic: 
Analytical
stats: 
0,56,112,64,16,32,56