How about this,

You roll a D6 five times, and get five numbers. The order they appear does not matter. What is the probability that there are three adjacent numbers among them?

Wow, thanks!

Could you explain what you mean by low digit, high digit and groups of three?

Going from 2714 to 1007, so down to 1707

3 degree descent, distance from plane to airport is

\( tan 3={O\over A}\\ A={O\over tan3}={1707\over tan3}=32571\)

DoesnÂ´t it?

You roll a six sided dice five times, and get five numbers. So the question is, will there be three adjacent numbers among the five?

You have to start by defining a variable. The easiest one here is to define the greatest as X, so the middle will be X-2 and the smallest (X-2-5)=X-7

Then you can write the equation as: X + (X-2) + (X-7) = 42 --> X=17

Which gives:

- Greatest = 17

- Middle = 17-2 = 15

- Smallest = 17-7 = 10