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Q: If two fair dice were rolled what is the probability of them rolling a sum of six?

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If the dice are fair then it is 5/36.

With one roll of three dice, the probability is 7/8.

If they are fair dice, the probability is 0.0032If they are fair dice, the probability is 0.0032If they are fair dice, the probability is 0.0032If they are fair dice, the probability is 0.0032

If the dice are fair, then it is 1/36.If the dice are fair, then it is 1/36.If the dice are fair, then it is 1/36.If the dice are fair, then it is 1/36.

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

If the dice are fair then it is 5/36.

x123456123456723456783456789456789105678910116789101112Therfore, there is a 2 in 36 (or 1 in 18) chance of rolling a total of 11.

With one roll of three dice, the probability is 7/8.

If they are fair dice, the probability is 0.0032If they are fair dice, the probability is 0.0032If they are fair dice, the probability is 0.0032If they are fair dice, the probability is 0.0032

Assuming fair normal dice, the probability is 1/216.

It is 31/36.

1/36

If the die is fair, then 1/6.

The probability is 1.

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