The outcome distribution for rolling a single die is horizontal; for rolling a pair of dice it is a triangle. What happens when more than two dice are rolled? What happens when the die has other than six sides? These and other questions are answered in an accessible and useful treatise.


Edited by Maurice Burke, University of Texas at San Antonio

J. Kevin Colligan, RABA Center of SRA International, Columbia, MD

Maria Fung, Worcester State College, Worcester, MA

Jeffrey J. Wanko, Miami University, Oxford, OH

Contributor Notes

Jonathan D. Baker, jonathan, teaches music at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ontario. He is interested in technology, music, and the postmodern church.

(Corresponding author is Baker
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