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How many total possible outcomes are there when you roll 2 dice ?

Good, first consider sum of digits = 3

it can happen in two ways :
1 + 2
2 + 1
so 2 outcomes are in favor, whats the probability ?

1/9 ?

are you saying the probability for sum being 3 is 1/18 ?

yep

thats correct, next work the probability for product = 12
how many ways it can happen ?

ok i know the answer i just dont the why they wrote sum and product what is the DIFFERENCE

could you please elaborate a bit more, i feel i don't understand ur question properly..

whats probability of product

how many ways can you get a product of 12 ?

2*6
3*4
4*3
6*2
4 favorable outcomes, yes ?

is that another way i can find that out besides making a table! OH YEAH THANKS A LOT and it is 4

yes you could also make a table if that is not obvious

so the probability for getting product of 12 is 4/36

i know just couldnt figure out another way wow i feel so dumb

then simplified to 1/9

Looks good!

so hows this going to help me see the difference

not really sure what the question is asking exactly

Ahh right, the sum can not be 1 because the minimum sum is 2

ohh ok so that is one of the rules for probability

not rule as such, its just a trivial fact..

oh ok thanks thats all i needed :)

np:)