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What is the probability of getting the sum of 7 on two die on the first roll?

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    A toss of two dice have 6*6=36 possible outcomes.
    The 6 favourable outcomes with a sum of 7 are:
    1+6,2+5,3+4,4+3,5+2 and 6+1.
    P(7)=number of favourable outcomes / number of possible outcomes.

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