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You are a contestant on a game show and have the chance to win a car by rolling 5 dice. Each die has three sides that say CAR and three sides that are blank. In order for you to win the car you CAR on all five dice. You have three chanat ces to roll the dice. On each roll you can keep any dice that come up CAR and re-roll only the dice that come up blank. Who benefits from this game more: the contestant or the game show owner?

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