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Chelsea
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Pls help me with q12 thanks!

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Eric Nicholas K
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Hang on for part 3. I will not be drawing the possibility diagram this time, but I recommend you list out the possibility diagram which allows for 36 possibilities for the sum of the numbers on the two dice (6 from the first die times 6 from the second die), using a 7 x 7 table where you leave the top left box blank and fill in numbers 1 to 6 in the same row as this blank and in the same column for this black, and you fill in the remaining 36 boxes with the sum of the dice.
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Never mind, I decided to draw the diagram since it can fit into the space