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How To Casually Guess Numbers After Dice Throws?

An impressive mathematical magic trick!

How To Casually Guess Numbers After Dice Throws? — Three dice with 1, 6, and x on top. The following equation is written on top: 1+6+x = ?? What could ‘x’ potentially be?
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Would it not be pleasing if you could casually guess numbers after dice throws? But hang on a minute! Aren’t dice throws supposed to be random? How would it be possible to guess the numbers beforehand?

Before you make any assumptions, I wish to clarify that we are talking about fair dice…

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Hemanth

Student of Life | Independent Scientist | Founder: https://streetscience.net/ | Twitter: @Walking_Temple

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