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The odds of rolling a 7 are 1/6. The odds of rolling two in a row are 1/36.

The odds of rolling an 11 are 1/18. The odds of rolling two in a row are 1/324.

The odds of rolling doubles are 1/6. The odds of rolling double twice in a row are 1/36.

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Q: What are the odds in favor of rolling a 7 or an 11 or doubles twice in a row with a pair of standard dice?
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