# Math probability

You roll two fair 6-sided dice. Let be the sum of the two independent rolls.
(a) Give the PMF of in table form.
(b) Give a mathematical expression for the PMF of .

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1. You roll two fair 6-sided dice. Let X be the sum of the two independent rolls.
(a) Give the PMF of X in table form.
(b) Give a mathematical expression for the PMF of X .

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