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**agent2421** Can someone please help me out for this question.

Consider an experiment where we roll a single die and observe the # of dots. Thus,m our sample space is S = 1,2,3,4,5,6 . Suppose that the die is **not fair **and that P (i) = k/i for i = 1,2,3,4,5,6. What is the value of k?

I don't understand what it means by the die not being fair. What would be the steps to solve such a problem? Would it be something along hte lines of:

P (i) = k/6

since it says we observe the # of dots do we just add the dots together?

P (i) = 21/6?

I'm just making a guess here but I'm not sure how to even start with this.

Thanks.