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dkotschessaa

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I thought I had a solution like this:

Put die #1 in a base 5 numbering system, you get the following values for the 6 rolls for die 1.

Roll Value (in base 5)

1 1

2 2

3 3

4 4

5 10

6 11

If you keep the second die in base 10 then, the rolls (5,3) and (6,2) give you 13.

But that's like trying to add 1 (binary) to decimal 2 and getting 3. I think I'm onto something but I don't know how to express it yet. Any ideas?

-Dave KA