Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, February 10, 2013 at 5:56am.
Suppose that 10 dice are rolled. Each die is a regular 6 sided die with numbers 1 through 6 labelled on the sides. How many different sums of all 10 numbers are possible?

maths  Reiny, Sunday, February 10, 2013 at 8:20am
smallest sum is 10, largest sum of 600
since all possible sums between are possible,
all we have to do is find which term number 600 is
of the arithmetic sequence with
term1 = 10 , d = 1, term(n) = 600
a + (n1)d = term(n)
10 + n1 = 600
n1 = 590
n = 591
There are 591 different sums possible.
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