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    Hello All.

    I have just remember a question from my math test which i need confirmation for my answer :P

    There is a red and a blue die labelled 1 - 6, if both dice are thrown simulataneously, find the probability of:

    a.) They add up to give 10: I got 3/36

    Thanks guys
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    Hello,

    This seems correct to me

    The possibilities are 6=36.

    10=4+6=5+5=6+4

    So it's 3/36
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    It's easier to see the result as being 3/36 when for example we have to look for the probabilities for all sums
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