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If you toss two dice 1,000 times, how many times do you expect to have the sum of the two dice equal to four? Anwsers: about 250 about 167 about 83 about 42

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    a dice has 6 number on it so every time you throw it you have a 1/6 probability. 1/6*1000= 166.6 times and if you round you get 167

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