Let's say you roll a fair dice 10 times and X is the number of sides that never show up. (i.e. Roll 1 - 10 = 1424145221, X = 2 because 3 and 6 never show up) Values of $N=0,1,2,3,4,5.\\ P(N=6) = 0$ ...
Question: " Let k be a non-negative integer. Use the theory of generating series to find the expected value of the sum of the dots when k (6-sided) dice are rolled. " I know that the generating ...
Let's say that I have 5 (n), 6-sided (d) normal dice. How would I figure out how many possible rolls there are, where the top 3 (k) numbers rolled, equal 15 (t)? How would I do this using recursion ...
The Question What is the probability, rolling $n$ six-sided dice twice, that their sum each time totals to the same amount? For example, if $n = 4$, and we roll $1,3,4,6$ and $2,2,5,5$, adding them ...