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Q: Do the odds of rolling a six with the roll of a dice increase as you increase the number of rolls?

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In two successive rolls, it is 1/6 otherwise it is a near certainty.

Rolling a dice and getting an even number is an outcome. It is the result of rolling a dice.

Total number of possible rolls with 2 dice = 36.Total number of rolls that are doubles = 6.Probability of rolling doubles= 6/36 = 1/6 = (16 and 2/3) percent .

1 in 36.

The probability of rolling an 8 with a dice would be 1/8, or every 8 rolls you would get an 8 because there are 8 sides on a dice. Of course this is not what's going to happen every once 8 rolls.

We'll assume standard six-sided dice. The first die rolls... well, whatever it rolls. It doesn't really matter what the specific number is. The second die can come up any of six different ways. One of those ways is with the same number as the first, the other five are different. So the chances of rolling two dice and getting the same number on both is 1/6.

The probability of rolling the same number on five dice is (1/6)4, or about 0.0007716.

11% chance that you will roll an 8 in any dice rolls

3/18 I think

1 in 6.

Rolling a double is when both dice come up with the same number. Depending on the rules, the player who rolls a double gets to roll again after moving his token.

With one roll of three dice, the probability is 7/8.

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