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Probability on a Budget

William A. Ewbank and John L. Ginther 

January 2002, Volume 7, Issue 5, Page 280

Abstract:
Common dice numbered 1 to 6 are useful for simple mathematical situations including probability. But if faces like 1, 1, 3, 5, 5, 6 were substituted, the probability with two different dice changes. Includes a cut out for creating Paper Cubes.

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Grades 6-8
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