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Blank dice

1 byte removed, 07:04, 13 October 2010
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When you roll two six -sided fair dice and add , the total number of dots displayed, you can get any number be anything from 2 to 12. However, some sums are more likely to appear than others. Now suppose you have two six -sided fair dice, with no dots on any of the faces (they are blank). Armed with only a Sharpe marker pen and your puzzle -solving prowess, how can you draw dots on the dice so that each possible sum which can appear will appear with equal probability.?
[[Category: Probability]]

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