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Posted by **Kay Kay** on Friday, November 13, 2009 at 2:17pm.

Not a clue on this one.

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**Reiny**, Friday, November 13, 2009 at 5:26pmexpected return on a roll of 1 = (1/6)*1 = .1667

expected return on a roll of 2 = (1/6)*2 = .3333

expected return on a roll of 3 = (1/6)*3 = .5

expected return on a roll of 4 = (1/6)*4 = .6667

expected return on a roll of 5 = (1/6)*5 = .8333

expected return on a roll of 6 = (1/6)*6 = 1.0

the sum of the above is $3.50

So that would be the cost per game to break even

(fair game)

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