I see the chart/table on rolling 2 dice, the outcomes.
If when it asks for doubles, is it just 6 ways or 12. Because if you used a total of 6, you can have(4,2)(2,4)exc. So that means for each count of a sum of die, you double it correct? Like I said for doubles, if you have 6,6, it is reversed as well as 6,6. Which I know looks weird.
Any help would be great, to get the wording down correctly.
Consider this problem . . .
A red die and a blue die are rolled.
How many outcomes have a sum of 6?
We can list the solutions:
There are five solutions.
But you might claim that there are six solutions
. . by insisting that: .
. . is yet another solution.
Can you see that this is wrong?