Ok, a friend at another forum posted this challenging probability problem.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Mike throws 20 6-sided die on the table. He then adds up the results of all the dice, resulting in a number between 20 and 120. What are the chances the total number is equal to or greater than 100?

How, in detailed steps, would one go about solving this???[?]

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