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    Consider a case where the probability of one object giving the desired result is not 1/2. Suppose you tossed a die (one half of a pair of dice). The probability of six dots coming up is 1/6. Now suppose you tossed the dice. Calculate the probability of only one die showing six dots. Calculate the probability of only two dice showing six dots. Continue up to all six dice showing six dots. Enter the results in the second column of the table below.

    Number of "sixes" - Probability
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