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you ether use a graph tree diagram or web diagram to answer the possible outcomes of the question possible outcomes meaning the number of outcomes the person will have in the probability or divide the number of favourable outcomes by the number of possible outcomes favorible outcomes meaning the number of outcomes all together

There are 65 = 7776 possible outcomes. However, if the number cubes are indistinguishable, then these represent 378 distinct outcomes.

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tree diagram

1/2 * 1/6

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you ether use a graph tree diagram or web diagram to answer the possible outcomes of the question possible outcomes meaning the number of outcomes the person will have in the probability or divide the number of favourable outcomes by the number of possible outcomes favorible outcomes meaning the number of outcomes all together

There are 36 possible outcomes.

There are 65 = 7776 possible outcomes. However, if the number cubes are indistinguishable, then these represent 378 distinct outcomes.

There is 2 outcomes for flipping the coin, and 6 outcomes for rolling the cube. The total outcomes for both are 2*6 = 12.

Probability = (number of successful outcomes) / (number of possible outcomes)Possible outcomes: 6Successful outcomes: 1Probability = 1/6 = 16 and 2/3 percent.

Possible outcomes of a single dice are 6 ( 1,2,3,4,5,6) So if 5 such dices are rolled then the number of possible outcomes are 6 mulitiplied by 6 five times. 6x6x6x6x6x6=46656 possible outcomes.

For any event, the complementary event is all of the other possible outcomes. For an event (Rolling a number cube) " Rolling an odd number " The complementary event is " Rolling an even number "

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tree diagram

The number of possible outcomes when rolling two dice can be expressed through simple fractional multiplaction- There are 36 different options.

1/2 * 1/6

A cube has six sides. Therefore this is impossible.