# Two-Dice Roll Experiment

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A Two-Dice Roll Experiment is a Dice Roll Experiment that involves two Dice Throw Events (e.g. the rolling of a dice two consecutive times).

**AKA:**Two Dice Experiment.**Example(s):**- Sample Space={(1,1),(1,2),...,(6,6)} with 6x6=36 Outcomes.
- Event Space={{},{(1,1)},{(1,2)} ... {(1,1),(3,5)} ... } with 2
^{4}Events.

**Counter-Example(s):**- a One-Dice Roll Experiment (Roll a dice one time), with:

**See:**Joint Probability Distribution, Multivariate Probability Function.