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Dungeons & Dragons. The intelligence of a character in the game isdetermined by rolling

The Basic Practice of Statistics | 4th Edition | ISBN: 9780716774785 | Authors: David S. Moore ISBN: 9780716774785 486

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Problem 10.7

Dungeons & Dragons. The intelligence of a character in the game isdetermined by rolling the four-sided die twice and adding 1 to the sum of thespots. Start with your work in the previous exercise to give a probability model(sample space and probabilities of outcomes) for the characters intelligence.Follow the method of Example 10.5.

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Textbook: The Basic Practice of Statistics
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Author: David S. Moore
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