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Question !" In role - playing games , such as the original Dungeons and Dragons, FAmers The a Variety of dice shapes . D not just the standard

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Note: 1Another version has the faces numbered 1 to 10

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Question !" In role - playing games , such as the original
Dungeons and Dragons, FAmers The a Variety of dice shapes .
D
not just the standard cube . For example one version of a
2
"Hill" has ten faces numbered 1 1. ?..... . and each face is
equally likely to become the top face ( the face that is read! "
when the die is"thrown "
Suppose Faler Alice does not have one of these dice but does have a do lie. A regular
cubic die with six faces labelled 1. ?..... IT To simulate throwing one of these did dice .
Alice throws her do twice , resulting in a pair of value la. by E 5 = 1 1 . .... 61 2. She then
adds the two values and reduces the sum ( if necessary ] modulo 17. The result is a value
will ! !..... . as required .

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(c ) Alice's simulation method is not good . What are it's worst features in Your opinion !"

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I'd; Instead of adding the two values and reducing module IN`, Alice could multiply them
and reduce modulo 10 . Would this method be better , or worse , than her adding*
method ? Why ?"

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