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Q: What is the probability that the sum of two tossed dice will NOT be 6?

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Zero is the probability of rolling a sum of 15 on two fair dice; the maximum value is 12.

The probability is 1, if the dice are rolled often enough.

With two normal six-sided dice, the maximum sum can only be 12 (6 x 2 dice), so there is zero probability of rolling a sum that adds to 16.

If two dice are rolled, the probability that the sum of observed values is equal to 13 is zero. The sum of two dice can only lie between 2 and 12, inclusive.

The probability is 29/36.

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The probability is 90/216 = 5/12

Zero is the probability of rolling a sum of 15 on two fair dice; the maximum value is 12.

The probability is zero. The largest possible sum on two dice is 12.

The probability is 1, if the dice are rolled often enough.

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With two normal six-sided dice, the maximum sum can only be 12 (6 x 2 dice), so there is zero probability of rolling a sum that adds to 16.

If two dice are rolled, the probability that the sum of observed values is equal to 13 is zero. The sum of two dice can only lie between 2 and 12, inclusive.

The probability is 1.

The probability is 29/36.

There are 36 permutations of two dice. Of these, 9 have a sum of 5 or 6, so the probability of rolling a sum of 5 or 6 on two dice is 9 in 36, or 1 in 9, or about 0.1111.

there is a 1 to 5 probablilty that you will roll the sum of 6 with two dice.

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