Dice, usually thrown in a pair have a total of thirty six outcomes from (1, 1), (1, 2)… all the way to (6, 6). There are many possible outcomes, but some of them appear more frequent than others. An example would be seven, many numbers add up to seven like a five and two, four and three, six and one, but numbers like two only have one possible outcome and that is a one and a one. The probability of rolling the two die together was tested, and out of one hundred times rolled the percent that a two appeared was indeed lower as it came up only once of the one hundred throws. Whereas the number seven came up twenty-five times out of the hundred throws. These results prove that there are some numbers that have a higher percentage of showing up then others when rolling two dice.
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