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You have a fair die. The die has a 2 on two sides, a 4 on two sides and a 6 on two sides. Note: the only possible outcomes for each roll are 2, 4 or 6. (a) Draw a tree diagram that shows the possible outcomes of rolling the die twice (my answer Roll 1: 2, 4, 6 Roll 2: 2,4,6 and 2,4,6 and 2,4,6 Sum 4,6,8 and 6,8,10 and 8,10, 12) (b) What is the probability of the two die summing to 10? HELP. Thank you

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