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Two dice are rolled. What is the probability of rolling a total of five on the two dice?

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  1. Using "drawing" as a school subject indicates that this is an art question.

  2. There are 36 possible combinations for two dice. These are the combinations that total 5:

    1,4
    4,1
    2,3
    3,2

    Take if from here.

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