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IN A SINGLE DICE ROLL IS ROLLED TWICE, THERE ARE 36 OUTCOMES. FIND THE PROBABLY OF GETTING TWO NUMBERS WHOSE SUM IS 4 ?

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  1. anonymous
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    1/12

  2. anonymous
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    1+3, 3+1, 2+2 3 ways out of 36 3/36=1/12

  3. anonymous
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    SO WOULD IT BE THE SAME IF THE NUMBER WAS 6 NOT 4 ?

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    no it would be different

  5. anonymous
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    HMM. SO HOW WOULD I DO IT FOR 6 ?

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    5/36

  7. anonymous
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    count the possible good outcomes

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