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anonymous
 one year ago
Kimiko and miko are playing a game in which each girl rolls a number cube. If the sum of the numbers is a prime number, then miko. Otherwise Kimiko wins. Find the sample space. how do you do this idk how to do this
anonymous
 one year ago
Kimiko and miko are playing a game in which each girl rolls a number cube. If the sum of the numbers is a prime number, then miko. Otherwise Kimiko wins. Find the sample space. how do you do this idk how to do this

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kropot72
 one year ago
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ybarrap
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0The sum of two dice: 1 2 3 4 5 6 + 1  \(\color{red}2\) \(\color{red}3\) 4 \(\color{red}5\) 6 \(\color{red}7\) 2  \(\color{red}3\) 4 \(\color{red}5\) 6 \(\color{red}7\) 8 3  4 \(\color{red}7\) 6 \(\color{red}7\) 8 9 4  \(\color{red}5\) 6 \(\color{red}7\) 8 9 10 5  6 \(\color{red}7\) 8 9 10 \(\color{red}{11}\) 6  \(\color{red}7\) 8 9 10 \(\color{red}{11}\) 12 Count all \(\color{red}{\bf{Reds}}\), those are the prime numbers, \(p\) Count all the possibilities, 36 $$ P(Miko~wins)=\cfrac{p}{36}\\ P(Kimiko~wins)=1\cfrac{p}{36}\\ $$ Miko wins if \(P(Miko~wins)>P(Kimiko~wins)\) That's it!
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