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I have got classic one dice. The dice can have 2-20 walls, where is numers from 1, 2, 3, ...20 (two-walls: only 1, 2; seven-walls: 1,2,3,...,7).

You can throw with dice. When you have got largest number on dice (two-walls: 2, seven-walls:7) you can throw again.

AND NOW - Which dice (how many walls) is the best for largest mean value totals throws?

Logical - you have got 2-walles= big verisimilitude you throw again but small numbers

- you have got 20-walles= very small verisimilitude you throw again but very big

numbers...

So... Have you got any idea and MATHEMATICAL PROOF for it?

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# Dice - how many walls?

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