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First two.

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.

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.

Date Posted:
10 months ago

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Never mind, I decided to draw the diagram since it can fit into the space

Date Posted:
10 months ago