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New Prospective on Multiple Dice Rolling Game and Its Statistical Implications

Jimbo Henri Claver, Jawad Azimi, Takeru Suzuki

American Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics. 2017, 5(5), 169-174 doi:10.12691/ajams-5-5-3
  • Table 1a. Minimum and maximum average probability values for each side of a dice over 1000 trials are obtained by our algorithm. As can be seen from the table below, each side of the dice has a likelihood to appear in an ascending order: side 2, side 4, side 5, side 6, side 3, side 1 or in short µord(2,4,5,6,3,1)
  • Table 1b. Variance covariance matrix of the MDR game. Here, each non-diagonal entry (i,j) gives the covariance between sides i and j. The diagonal entries are the variance of each side over all iterations. There is evidence of weak correlation among all sides, which is what should be expected due to unbiased of game and propensity effects. 2(side 5), 2(side 1), 2(side 4), 2(side 3), 2(side 6), 2(side 2) or in short 2ord (5,1,4,3,6,2)