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I want to solve it, just walk me through it:) Assume you are rolling two dice; the first one is red, and the second is green. Use a systematic listing to determine the number of ways you can roll a total less than 12 on the two dice. In how many ways can you roll less than 12?

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^ see the table.
All ways are valid, besides {6,6}

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so 35?
There are 36 sample spaces.
you want a total less than 12. Cool. So, how many ways can I get it? all except 6,6 i.e. when both dice have 6 on their face. so, one outcome is unfavorable out of 36 possible ones. whaddya think now?
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