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A player in the casino dice game described in Roll and Win (problem 3-6) rolled a sum of six on his first roll. He will win if he rolls a sum of six on the second roll but lose if he rolls a sum of seven. If anything else happens, the result is ignored and he gets to roll again. *3-66 HW eTool* (CPM) Homework Help ✎

How many ways are there to get a sum of six?

Refer to the table.

How many ways are there to get a sum of seven?

Refer to the table.

6 ways

How many possible outcomes are important in this problem?

How many ways are there to roll a sum of 6 or a sum of 7?

What is the probability of getting a sum of six before a sum of seven?

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