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Q: What are the probabilities of getting a 7?

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Empirical probabilities.

If the first roll is a three, it's impossible to get an eleven (the highest you can get is a 9), so the probability is 0. The way to get a sum of 7 is to add 3 and 4. The probability of getting a 4 on the second die is 1/6. Therefore, by adding the two probabilities of the outcomes (0 and 1/6), you get the answer: 1/6.

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If the events are independent then you can multiply the individual probabilities. But if they are not, you have to use conditional probabilities.

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Empirical probabilities.

Sum of all probabilities is 1.

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The one digit prime numbers are 2, 3, 5 and 7. The probabilities of getting these numbers are as follows:P(X=2) = 1/36P(X=3) = 2/36P(X=5) = 4/36P(X=7) = 6/36Adding these probabilities up, the probability that Randy will roll one of these numbers is 13/36.

The sum of the probabilities of all possible outcomes is 1.

Things and numbers don't have probabilities. Situations and events that can happen have probabilities.

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The fact that probabilities are proportions means that they are less than or equal to 1.

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