anonymous
  • anonymous
So this one's kinda simple I guess I just wanna know how to exactly get the answer:Two dice are rolled. What is the probability that the sum of the top numbers on the dice is 10
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radar
  • radar
There are three ways. 5.5 6.4 or 4,6 there are (I believe) 26 ways to make something else. Total is 29 or probability of 3/29 I am guessing a 10% chance. Anyone else have an idea on this?
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok because I have a test tomorrow I was looking at my study guide it says 1/12 Idk how to get it though
radar
  • radar
Good luck on test, I don't know how they got that answer!

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radar
  • radar
Good luck on test, I don't know how they got that answer!
anonymous
  • anonymous
There are 6 sides for each die. There are 6*6 ways for the dice to come up. For every side of the first die, there are 6 ways for the other die's sides to come up. radar was right regarding how many ways a 10 can show, ie 3. The probability of a 10 showing on a single throw is 3/36.

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