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Nice to have a separate group for Probability. Let me inaugurate by asking a Probability Question. You have 2 dice, one has 1 - 6 written on its 6 face and the other has all faces blank for you to fill with integers. How will you fill the 6 faces of another dice, so as to get the sum , when both the dice are rolled together, as equi-probable from 1 to 12 . Note : its has 2 different answers.

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But a sum that is not from 1 to 12 is not allowed?
How about the other dice has three faces marked 0 and three faces marked 6 ?
Yeah.... other dice has three faces marked 0 and three faces marked 6.

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that is correct 1 solution! what about other ?
All faces greater than or equal to 13
that is also correct! was it so easy :P
Since it's integers anyway, how about all faces less than or equal to -6

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