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Topic: **Case summation****Question:**
2 cubes are tossed and the top faces are observed
what is the possibility that the sum is even or the sum is >4
also probability that the sum is even or sum is >5
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June 16, 2019 / By Shelia

I would assume that you are talking about a cube being a dice. In that case, then the possible summation of the two cubes are: 1 + 1.....2 + 1......3 + 1.....4 + 1.....5 + 1.....6 + 1 1 + 2.....2 + 2......3 + 2.....4 + 2.....5 + 2.....6 + 2 1 + 3.....2 + 3......3 + 3.....4 + 3.....5 + 3.....6 + 3 1 + 4.....2 + 4......3 + 4.....4 + 4.....5 + 4.....6 + 4 1 + 5.....2 + 5......3 + 5.....4 + 5.....5 + 5.....6 + 5 1 + 6.....2 + 6......3 + 6.....4 + 6.....5 + 6.....6 + 6 you have 36 possibilities in total, so the probability that the sum is greater than 4 is: 30/36 = 5/6 The probability the sum is greater than 5 is: 26/30 = 13/15

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I would assume that you are talking about a cube being a dice. In that case, then the possible summation of the two cubes are: 1 + 1.....2 + 1......3 + 1.....4 + 1.....5 + 1.....6 + 1 1 + 2.....2 + 2......3 + 2.....4 + 2.....5 + 2.....6 + 2 1 + 3.....2 + 3......3 + 3.....4 + 3.....5 + 3.....6 + 3 1 + 4.....2 + 4......3 + 4.....4 + 4.....5 + 4.....6 + 4 1 + 5.....2 + 5......3 + 5.....4 + 5.....5 + 5.....6 + 5 1 + 6.....2 + 6......3 + 6.....4 + 6.....5 + 6.....6 + 6 you have 36 possibilities in total, so the probability that the sum is greater than 4 is: 30/36 = 5/6 The probability the sum is greater than 5 is: 26/30 = 13/15

Cases of sum < or = 4: 1-1, 1-2, 1-3, 2-1, 2-2, 3-1 P(sum > 4) = 1 - 6/6^2 = 5/6 ---------- Ideas: Use supplement property.

Cases of sum < or = 4: 1-1, 1-2, 1-3, 2-1, 2-2, 3-1 P(sum > 4) = 1 - 6/6^2 = 5/6 ---------- Ideas: Use supplement property.

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Well, List the sample space. What is the total number of possible answers. Then, what number of them are less than 4? Your answer is TOTAL AMOUNT over LESS THAN 4

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Not enough info for #6. #7 You want to find c so that P(X

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