# Probabilities 71194

We have a dummy die where numbers fall with probabilities P (1)=0.1; P (2)=0.2; P (3)=0.22; P (4)=0.16; P (5)=0.24; P (6)=0.08. Determine the probability that the two tosses the same numbers.

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