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Nuts (from the Latin datum, which indicates the die launch gesture) are small, multi-faceted objects used in the context of different games to generate pseudo-random numeric or other outcomes. Traditional dice, used by most games, are cubes with faces marked with natural numbers from 1 to 6; However, specific games can make use of variants. To obtain a random value, roll the die on a flat surface and is conventionally taken into account as the "result" value you find on the face facing up when the die ends its motion. The result thus obtained can be considered random (for practical purposes only) if the movement initially provided to the nut is sufficient to make it rolling and bouncing complexly (and hence unpredictable). The act giving the initial movement must therefore be quite decisive, and in the common language is indicated by the expression "casting the dice". The most common type of die is a small cube with the long side from 1 to 2 cm and whose faces are numbered from one to six (usually using dots). Traditionally, the numbers are assigned so that the sum of the opposite faces is seven, it remains to choose whether to order the faces representing 1, 2 and 3 clockwise or in the opposite direction around the vertex that they have in common. #games #nut
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