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Snake Eyes on t he SAT - great way to teach students about probability

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Dice are a great way to teach students about probability. The different combinations they offer are the perfect grounds for many SAT questions. For instance, your teen might need to answer a question such as, “What’s the probability that the total of two rolled dice will be 9?”

Here’s a quick game that will help your student figure out and remember the difference between rolling Snake Eyes and Lucky Number Seven!
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Snake Eyes on t he SAT - great way to teach students about
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