# geometry

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Paul claims, the probability of rolling a sum of 6 when you roll two dice is 1/11, because two dice have sums 2 through 12 which means there are 11 possible sums. "How do you respond?"

• Probability -

There are 36 possible combinations of 2 dice. To get 6, you could have:

1 + 5
5 + 1
2 + 4
4 + 2
3 + 3

5/36 = ?

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