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You roll three different-colored dice and use the numbers on the dice to determine the lengths of the sides of a triangle. For example, would be an isosceles triangle with base . What is the probability of building a right triangle?

What right triangles have integral side values less than or equal to 6?

How many different orders result in the right triangle?

Now how many different combinations are there total.