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An ordinary -sided die has a number on each face from  to  (each number appears on one face). How many ways can I paint two faces of a die blue, so that the product of the numbers on the painted faces isn't equal to ?

 Apr 10, 2020
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Sorry, but I cannot help you since the question is not complete.

 Apr 10, 2020
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Yeah, you have some missing parts of the question.

If you post them here now, I'll try to help you!

 Apr 10, 2020
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Looks like this person tried to copy paste a question and forgot that you must enable LaTeX on this website.

 Apr 10, 2020
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at the end of the sentence there is supposed to be a 6. So it is "An ordinary 6-sided die has a number on each face from 1 to 6 (each number appears on one face). How many ways can I paint two faces of a die blue, so that the product of the numbers on the painted faces isn't equal to 6?

 Apr 17, 2020
edited by Guest  Apr 17, 2020

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