Dice questions are tough but they can be beaten. Let me show you a trick I use to solve dice problems.

Instead of focusing on how the pattern can be rotated, I would recommend picking a central surface and see what connects to it immediately. Once you understand what connects to that central surface, don't worry about anything else. You can actually eliminate most of the option choices right away without having to understand where some of the other pieces fold. For example:

Now we know that the 2 will fold above the 5:

From here, we can eliminate options B, C and D (2 and 6 never touches since they are opposite sides). 😊

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