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There are 36 possible outcomes for rolling 2 dice once: (1,1), (1,2), (1,3) ...(1,6)

Of those, only the following 6 outcomes sum to 7: (2,1), (2,2),(2,3) ...(2,6)

(1,6) (3,1) .... (3,6)

(2,5) . .

(3,4) . .

(4,3) . .

(5,2) (6,1),(6,2) ... (6,6)

(6,1)

Therefore, the probability is 6/36 = 1/6 = .167

Posted on Mar 11, 2011

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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I don't think you can do it! Could you check your numbers.

If we are using the numbers 1-9 once and only once in a 3x3 magic square, the sum of the rows + the sum of the columns should be 90, since 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9 in the rows adds up to 45 and 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9 in the columns adds up to 45.

When trying to solve, the magic number seem to be the sums 24 and 10. To get 24, the only three numbers that add to 24 are 7 + 8 +9. Similarly to get 10, the lowest numbers re 1 and 2 and the smallest big number to use is 7. I then ran out of number trying to get 21, 13 and 15 sums.

Good luck,

Paul

If we are using the numbers 1-9 once and only once in a 3x3 magic square, the sum of the rows + the sum of the columns should be 90, since 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9 in the rows adds up to 45 and 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9 in the columns adds up to 45.

When trying to solve, the magic number seem to be the sums 24 and 10. To get 24, the only three numbers that add to 24 are 7 + 8 +9. Similarly to get 10, the lowest numbers re 1 and 2 and the smallest big number to use is 7. I then ran out of number trying to get 21, 13 and 15 sums.

Good luck,

Paul

May 21, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

arkle Live is a dice game played by one or two players over the Internet. The players take turns rolling the dice, with the objective of collecting 5,000 or 10,000 points quicker than their opponent in an ONLINE multiplayer game or reach a target score from 5,000 to 10,000 in 10 rounds in a solo game.

Each player's turn starts by rolling six dice to score points. As long as they roll scoring combinations, they can roll the remaining dice, or collect their points.

If your roll does not score any points, you get a 'FARKLE', losing all points accumulated for that turn.

If the player manages to score on all six dice, they get a 'Bonus Round' and may choose to roll all six dice again or collect the points.

Each player's turn starts by rolling six dice to score points. As long as they roll scoring combinations, they can roll the remaining dice, or collect their points.

If your roll does not score any points, you get a 'FARKLE', losing all points accumulated for that turn.

If the player manages to score on all six dice, they get a 'Bonus Round' and may choose to roll all six dice again or collect the points.

Dec 19, 2013 | Facebook Computers & Internet

"Dice games are games whose sole mechanic is the use of one or more dice. They are often used to gamble." (Wikipedia)

Oct 27, 2013 | Games

There are as many models of probability as there are problems to be solved. For example, the probability model for flipping a coin is not the same as the model for rolling a six-sided die, and the model for rolling one die is not the same as for rolling two dice. The probability model for a roulette wheel is not the same as the model for a hand of blackjack.

Apr 09, 2013 | The Learning Company Grammar For the Real...

"To begin, the deck of cards is spread out. Each card contains a number, from 2 through 12. The player on turn rolls all four six sided dice. From the roll, players may combine two sets of two dice to make a number, placing chips on the matching turtle cards. For example, if a roll of 2, 3, 3 and 4 is rolled, a player may combine the 2 and 3 (to make 5) and the second 3 and 4 (to make 7) and place a chip on the 5 and 7 turtle cards respectively. An even better play would be to combine the 2 and 4 and both 3s to earn TWO chips on card number 6. A player may continue to roll and place chips as long as he is able to combine at least ONE combination that is still viable. When it a number not viable? When the matching number card is won and out of the game!

As a player rolls and chips mount on cards, a player may choose to stop and mark on the score sheet the number of chips he has placed on a particular card or cards. Should a player place the required number of chips on a card (an amount that varies from only two for cards 2 and 12 up to seven for card number 7), that player claims that card and both that card and number are now out of play. Should a player be unable to place a chip on a card on his turn, his turn is over and all chips placed on that turn are lost! The first player to successfully claim three cards wins the game!"

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As a player rolls and chips mount on cards, a player may choose to stop and mark on the score sheet the number of chips he has placed on a particular card or cards. Should a player place the required number of chips on a card (an amount that varies from only two for cards 2 and 12 up to seven for card number 7), that player claims that card and both that card and number are now out of play. Should a player be unable to place a chip on a card on his turn, his turn is over and all chips placed on that turn are lost! The first player to successfully claim three cards wins the game!"

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May 18, 2011 | Toys

That depends on the die or dice. The probability of rolling a number less than 5 on a standard six-sided die is 2/3. The probability of rolling a number less than 5 with two standard dice is 1/6. The probability of rolling a number less than 5 on an eight-sided die is 1/2.

Mar 20, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Hello there!

Do you know that? The longest recorded game everto play the Monopoly game is 1,680 hours - straight!

Here's the instructions:

1. Keep in mind that the ultimate goal is to have the most money and assets at the end of the game.

2. Make sure that you have all the pieces. The box should contain a game board, two dice, play money, 32 houses, 12 hotels, 11 tokens, a stack each of Chance and Community Chest cards, and a Title Deed card for each property.

3. Lay the board out with the Chance and Community Chest cards facedown on their respective spaces.

4. Choose your favorite token. Put all of the Players' tokens on Go.

5. Select a player to be the Banker. This person takes care of the money, buildings, and Title Deed cards.

6. Distibute the money. Each player gets two $500 bills, two $100 bills, two $50 bills, six $20 bills, five $10 bills, five $5 bills and five $1 bills for a total of $1,500.

7. Have each player roll the dice to see who goes first. The highest roll wins, and play moves to the left.

8. Roll the dice and move that many spaces.

9. Buy a property from the Bank, if you wish, when you land on it. If yo opt not to buy a property on your turn, the Banker may auction it to the highest bidding player. Bidding can start at any price and anyone may bid on the property.

10. Pay rent if you land on a property owned by another player. He or she must remember to ask for it before the player after your throws the dice.

11. Take a card if you land on Chance or Community Chest and follow the instructions.

12. Keep the dice if you roll doubles - once your turns is over, you may roll again.

13. Go to Jail if you roll doubles three times in a row.

14. Collect your salary of $200 from the Bank everytime you pass or land on the Go.

15. Get out of the Jail by any of these methods: Use a Get Out of Jail Free card; pay a $50

Do you know that? The longest recorded game everto play the Monopoly game is 1,680 hours - straight!

Here's the instructions:

1. Keep in mind that the ultimate goal is to have the most money and assets at the end of the game.

2. Make sure that you have all the pieces. The box should contain a game board, two dice, play money, 32 houses, 12 hotels, 11 tokens, a stack each of Chance and Community Chest cards, and a Title Deed card for each property.

3. Lay the board out with the Chance and Community Chest cards facedown on their respective spaces.

4. Choose your favorite token. Put all of the Players' tokens on Go.

5. Select a player to be the Banker. This person takes care of the money, buildings, and Title Deed cards.

6. Distibute the money. Each player gets two $500 bills, two $100 bills, two $50 bills, six $20 bills, five $10 bills, five $5 bills and five $1 bills for a total of $1,500.

7. Have each player roll the dice to see who goes first. The highest roll wins, and play moves to the left.

8. Roll the dice and move that many spaces.

9. Buy a property from the Bank, if you wish, when you land on it. If yo opt not to buy a property on your turn, the Banker may auction it to the highest bidding player. Bidding can start at any price and anyone may bid on the property.

10. Pay rent if you land on a property owned by another player. He or she must remember to ask for it before the player after your throws the dice.

11. Take a card if you land on Chance or Community Chest and follow the instructions.

12. Keep the dice if you roll doubles - once your turns is over, you may roll again.

13. Go to Jail if you roll doubles three times in a row.

14. Collect your salary of $200 from the Bank everytime you pass or land on the Go.

15. Get out of the Jail by any of these methods: Use a Get Out of Jail Free card; pay a $50

Nov 13, 2010 | Monopoly Games

**Count Across™ Instructions **

**OBJECT OF GAME**

The first player to place four chips in a row, either vertically, horizontally or diagonally wins the game.

**Contents**

1 Wooden Tray with Content Holder 1 Clear Plastic Slide with holes

1 Two-sided Number Board

25 Purple chips 25 Green chips 1 pair of dice

**Set-Up**

Each player selects a set of chips (purple or green). Decide which side of the number board to play, Addition Only (blue side) or Addition & Multiplication (red side). Line up the Number Board underneath the Clear Plastic Slide so that the numbers line up through the holes. The raised tab on the Clear Plastic Slide should be face up. Slide the Number Board and Clear Plastic Slide into the Wooden Tray together. The Number Board should rest underneath the Clear Plastic Slide. Each player rolls the dice once to determine who plays first. The player with the highest roll goes first (Player 1).

**Addition Only Play**

The Player 1 rolls the dice and adds the two numbers on the dice. Places one of your chips on the Number Board over an empty number space that matches the total of the dice.

Example: A play a rolls a 5 and a 3. 5 + 3 = 8

Player 1 finds an empty number 8 space on the Number Board and places a chip into that slot. Player 1 may choose any open 8 on the number board, but may only place one chip on the board per turn.

Player 2 then rolls the dice and places a chip in a space on the number board that matches the total of the dice. Play continues back and forth until one player gets 4 chips in a row, horizontally, vertically or diagonally. A player can remove an opponent's chip from the board in the following instances:

• If a player rolls doubles, they may remove an opponent's chip if it occupies a space that matches the total of the dice. Example: A player rolls a 4 and a 4. 4 + 4 = 8 and if an opponent has a chip in an 8 space on the Number Board, the player may remove the opponent's chip and replace it with his or her own chip.

• If a player rolls the dice and there are no empty spaces matching the total of the dice, the player may remove an opponent's chip that occupies a number space that matches the roll (if only the player's chips occupy those spaces). Then the play ends.

**Addition & Multiplication Play**

The rules are identical to the Addition Only play, except on each roll players may choose to either Add or MUltiply the numbers rolled. Example: A player rolls a 5 and a 3. The player may do one of the following:

• Add the dice together (5 + 3 = 8) and place a chip over an empty 8 space on the number board

• Multiply the dice (5 x 3 = 15) and place a chip over an empty 15 space on the number board

*Warning!**Do not throw out the Content Holder. It serves as a platform for the number board as well as storage for the chips and dice.*

Jun 19, 2010 | Cadaco Count Across Game

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