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PAINTING THE DIE.





(Combination and Group Problems)
In how many different ways may the numbers on a single die be marked,
with the only condition that the 1 and 6, the 2 and 5, and the 3 and 4
must be on opposite sides? It is a simple enough question, and yet it
will puzzle a good many people.


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