f two dice are rolled once and one die rolled a second time if the...
f two dice are rolled once and one die rolled a second time if the first two rolls have same number, what is the probability of getting a sum of 14?
Answer & Explanation
Beginner2022-02-15Added 18 answers
Work backwards, then determine the probabilities Explanation: If the sum is 14, then possible values for the second roll (given that the first two are equal) and the value of the first rolls: (First double, Second single) P(two 6's then a 2) Same probability for the other two outcomes. Total probability
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