Could you please help me with the following question?
Two fair dice are rolled, 1 Red and 1 Green. Find the probability that the square of the difference of the two numbers obtained is greater than 3.
Thank you for your help!!!
Could you please help me with the following question?
Two fair dice are rolled, 1 Red and 1 Green. Find the probability that the square of the difference of the two numbers obtained is greater than 3.
Thank you for your help!!!
Let X be the random variable square of the difference. Use this dice table to get the value of X for all 36 possibilities. Then construct a table that shows the probability of each value of X. eg. Pr(X = 0) = 6/36 = 1/6, Pr(X = 1) = 6/36 = 1/6. Pr(X = 4) = ..... etc.
Now use that table to answer the given question. Note that Pr(X > 3) = 1 - Pr(X = 0) - Pr(X = 1). (So in fact, I've pretty much answered the question ....)