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You and a friend decide to play a game by rolling a dice. You bet your friend that you have a better chance of rolling a one followed by a three. Your friend argues that he has a better chance of rolling a two followed by a three. The results would be: (i) you have a better chance. (ii) your friend has a better chance. (iii) your chances are equal.
  • i
  • ii
  • i and iii
  • iii
  • none of the above
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    Carlos Rodriguez <>
    This problem was contributed by a student in Elementary Statistics. It is offered as it is with no warranty of any kind
    Last modified: Wed May 13 12:29:11 EDT 1998