# Unusual dice probability problem

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Constuct an unique pair of dice (6 sides) so that each of the sums 2 through 12 has an equal (nonzero i.e. cannot have two dice with all zero's) probability of occurring. The dice do not have to be identical.

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Constuct an unique pair of dice (6 sides) so that each of the sums 2 through 12 has an equal (nonzero i.e. cannot have two dice with all zero's) probability of occurring. The dice do not have to be identical.

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