In a random experiment, two dice are thrown. Find the probability that a total of 6 points will fall out.

The total number of possible combinations when throwing in two dice: 6 * 6 = 36.
Of these, favorable outcomes can be listed:
1 cube 2 cube total amount
1 5 6
5 1 6
2 4 6
4 2 6
3 3 6
Thus, there are 5 favorable outcomes.
We will find probability as the ratio of the number of 6 favorable outcomes to the number of all possible combinations 36.
5/36 = 0.13888 …
Round to the hundredth. Answer: 0, 14

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