2 requested examples

Ok, I have an affine (normal) toric variety $X = \text{Spec} k[\sigma]$. Suppose that $F, G$ are two torus invariant Weil divisors on $X$. Is there any relatively straightforward way to compute $$\text{Ext}^i_{\mathcal{O}_X}(\mathcal{O}_X(F), \mathcal{O}_X(G))?$$ If it helps, I'm happy to assume that $F$ and $G$ are effective (one can twist to that case up to isomorphism anyways), but obviously I can't assume that $F$ is Cartier...

I'd be particularly interested in doing this if $X$ is dimension 3. Even (and perhaps especially for) specific examples.

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Computing Ext for toric divisors

Ok, I have an affine (normal) toric variety $X = \text{Spec} k[\sigma]$. Suppose that $F, G$ are two torus invariant Weil divisors on $X$. Is there any relatively straightforward way to compute $$\text{Ext}^i_{\mathcal{O}_X}(\mathcal{O}_X(F), \mathcal{O}_X(G))?$$ If it helps, I'm happy to assume that $F$ and $G$ are effective, but obviously I can't assume that $F$ is Cartier...

I'd be particularly interested in doing this if $X$ is dimension 3.