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I have to design new dice for a board game. I have to use two standard cubes each with six faces and number then in such a way the the probability of rolling the numbers 1-12 are the same

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    You cant roll a "1" with 2 dice, that's why there are 12 sided dice. To get 2-12 you are talking about standard dice.

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