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anonymous
 2 years ago
Contestants in a game show are each given three pairs of numbers (for example, 23, 56, and 61). A person in the audience is randomly selected to roll two dice, one white and one red, where white symbolizes the first number in the pair and red the second number. What is the probability that each player has of winning?
anonymous
 2 years ago
Contestants in a game show are each given three pairs of numbers (for example, 23, 56, and 61). A person in the audience is randomly selected to roll two dice, one white and one red, where white symbolizes the first number in the pair and red the second number. What is the probability that each player has of winning?

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