# Two symmetric dice have both had two of theirsides painted

## Problem 19 Chapter 2

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Problem 19

Two symmetric dice have both had two of theirsides painted red, two painted black, one paintedyellow, and the other painted white. When thispair of dice is rolled, what is the probability thatboth dice land with the same color face up?

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X, Y Bivariate Random Variables f(u1, 2 ) is density of (X,Y) ∫ ( ) density of X ∫ ( ) density of Y X, Y are independent if f(u1, 2 = f1(u1 2 (u2) If X1, ,2…….X are nndependent Var(X 1 ……..X ) = n + …….. We want to produce to specification “m” “m” = length of a part, content of juice can etc We want to check at the...

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