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You are playing a board game with some friends in which each turn begins with rolling two dice In this game, rolling “doubles” (same number on both dice) is especially beneficial Suppose you have rolled doubles on your last three turns, and one of your friends says, “No way you will roll doubles this time, it would be nearly impossible The chance would be very small” Explain to your friend what he doesn’t seem to understand about probability
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