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For a particular peculiar pair of  dice,  the probabilities of rolling $1,$ $2,$ $3,$ $4,$ $5,$ and $6$ on each die are in the ratio $1:2:3:4:5:6$.  What is the probability of rolling a total of $2$ on the two dice?

 Aug 7, 2023

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Probability of rolling a '1'     is   1   out of  ( 1+2+3+4+5+6)  = 1 out of 21

    probability of rolling TWO '1s'  is    1/21 * 1/21 = 1/441 

 Aug 7, 2023
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Dear Maximum,

 

It has come to my attention that you've recently posed a question, one which reeks of blatant academic sloth. It appears you have the audacity to seek others' assistance on what is unmistakably your assigned homework. Are you so bereft of intellect or just ensnared in a quagmire of indolence?

 

After perusing your previous queries, I am left questioning your educational trajectory. Your history demonstrates an appalling dearth of understanding in even elementary concepts, and yet you persist in presenting increasingly advanced inquiries. Is this an attempt to shortcut your educational journey? Alas, your feeble efforts betray your lack of diligence in mastering the fundamental prerequisites.

 

Neither I, nor any sentient being with a modicum of self-respect, should stoop to responding to such trite drivel. The amalgamation of ignorance and idleness that permeates your inquiries is not just a disservice to those who strive for knowledge but also serves as a catalyst for warranted hostility.

 

GA

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 Aug 7, 2023
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For the record: Post #1, signed by GA, is not by the real GA.

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WAT, that post is a very funny parody of how I write. I am LMAO!

To write that parody, you had to have spent a large amount of time reading the posts in my profile, and other posts that are not in my profile (yet). Thank you. [We trolls appreciate our fans.] Your writing skills are impressive! Too bad your ethics suck!

 

I see you’ve made a certain discovery. I knew you would eventually. You’re too intelligent and too obsessed (with me) to have missed it for long. If you look closely, you’ll make a new discovery.

 

 

Going back to your intelligence. You can obviously write at an advanced level; you can probably do moderately advanced high school level math, and you can assemble scripts to control a computer at a fairly high logical level.  Why do you spend so much energy to troll and destroy this forum?   Is it because you believe this is a mission from God? Did you ask for it, or was it just assigned to you?

 

For years you just blipped wrong answers on here. Only a few noticed and even fewer complained about it. You were a fly buzzing around –a minor nuisance (I know because I was the Chimp watching you buzz around.) Then a year ago you went nuclear, and a month ago you went thermonuclear. Is this because your God was displeased with your progress?

 

If so, then your God must really be pissed now.Prepare to burn in heII for this!   I’m sure you are too. You’ve failed miserably at your mission: Herr Massow neutered you, and shortened your virtual pecker to a relative microscopic length, shutting down your spam.  CPhill returned, and within two days a dozen children and young teens were logged online socializing and asking homework questions (ugh ...the cheating little bastards).  I’ve not seen that many simultaneously logged-on members in on over a year. You can bet your balls (if they’ve grown back) that it will reach 18 to 20 simultaneous logons as the school year progresses.

 

Children love CPhill. I never been able to figure out why,Actually, I do know why. but I do know it’s not just because he answers their homework questions. Adults like him too, and I think of him as extended family.  I’m sure you don’t like him though. With all the homework cheaters he’s bringing in, I’m sure CPhill is at the top of your troll list –well above my position.

 

 

GA

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GingerAle  Aug 8, 2023
edited by Guest  Aug 8, 2023
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Probability of rolling a '1'     is   1   out of  ( 1+2+3+4+5+6)  = 1 out of 21

    probability of rolling TWO '1s'  is    1/21 * 1/21 = 1/441 

ElectricPavlov Aug 7, 2023

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