ANOTHER NEW QUESTION! Check my last post NEW QUESTION! A peculiar six-sided die has uneven faces. In particular, the faces showing 1 or 6 are 1 x 1.5 inches, the faces showing 2 or 5 are 1 x 0.4 inches, and the faces showing 3 or 4 are 0.4 x 1.5 inches. Assume that the probability of a particular face coming up is proportional to its area. We independently roll the die twice. What is the probability that we get doubles? So calculating the probabilities for each set of numbers you have... P(1, 6)=.6 P(2, 5)=.16 P(3, 4)=.24 EDIT: Would you do 2(.3)(.3)+2(.08)(.08)+2(.12)(.12) = .2216? Does this mean that the Probility of getting just a 1 is .6?? or is it .3? If you take it as .6, then the sum of the probabilities is 2.0. Im confused about that and everything after that point if someone can help me out I would really appreciate it!! THANKS! Q:An internet access provider (IAP) owns two servers. Each server has a 50% chance of being ?down? independently of the other. Fortunately, only one server is necessary to allow the IAP to provide service to its customers, i.e., only one server is needed to keep the IAP?s system up. Suppose a customer tries to access the internet on four different occasions, which are sufficiently spaced apart in time, so that we may assume that the states of the system corresponding to these four occasions are independent. What is the probability that the customer will only be able to access the internet on 3 out of the 4 occasions? Is the answer (3x3x3x1)/(4x4x4x4) = .105 or (3x3x3x1)x4/(4x4x4x4) = .4218 or neither any help and explanation would be appreciated thanks!