A trial consists of throwing two dice. The result is counted as successful if the sum of
the outcomes is 12. What is the probability that the number of successes in 36 such trials
is greater than one? What is this probability if we approximate its value using the Poisson
The Attempt at a Solution
So there is a 1/36 chance that throwing two dice results in a sum of 12. I'm not sure where to go from here though.