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1) An experiment consists of throwing two six-sided dice and observing the number of spots on the upper faces. Determine the probability that

a. |
the sum of the spots is 3. |

b. |
each die shows four or more spots. |

c. |
the sum of the spots is not 3. |

d. |
neither a one nor a six appear on each die. |

e. |
a pair of sixes appear. |

f. |
the sum of the spots is 7. |

Answer #1

Solution:-Given An experiment consists of throwing two six-sided dice and observing the number of spots on the upper faces

**Total outcomes on throwing 2 dice = 6*6 = 36**

a. |
the sum of the spots is 3= |

b. |
each die shows four or more spots.= |

c. |
the sum of the spots is not 3.= |

d. |
neither a one nor a six appear on each
die.= |

e. |
a pair of sixes appear.= |

f. |
the sum of the spots is 7.= |

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