Suppose that an ice cream shop offers a special deal one day: The price of a small ice cream cone will be determined by rolling a pair of ordinary, six-sided dice. The price (in cents) will be the larger number, followed by the smaller number. So, rolling a 2 and 5 results in a price of 52 cents, rolling a 4 and 3 results in a price of 43 cents, and so on. Let the random variable

*X*be the price of an ice cream cone at the shop this day. How many values can*X*have?▸

21

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36

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65

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100