If two fair dice were rolled, there would be 36 outcomes. (1,1),(1,2),....,(6,6) The maximum sum would be 12. Therefore, the probability that the total number of spots shown is equal to 15 is zero.
It is: 1/6 Since a die is cubic in shape and has 6 sides, and there is an equal probability of getting any one of them facing up (assuming the die is not loaded), and there is only one number on a die greater than 5, that being 6, the probability of rolling such a number is therefore 1 in 6, or .1666...
Probability of getting a head or tail is not equal
Depends on the dice! There are six sides on a dice. The number 1 is on on out of the six sides to the probability of getting a one is 1/6 which is equal to .16666 or 16.6%
It is 0.25
For a 6 sided die, each number 1 - 6 has equal probability. So, probability of rolling a 5 is 1/6.
If two dice are rolled, the probability that the sum of observed values is equal to 13 is zero. The sum of two dice can only lie between 2 and 12, inclusive.
Probability is a ratio written as the number of desired outcomes divided by the number of possible outcomes. On a six-sided number cube, there are 5 chances of getting a number greater than or equal to 2 (2,3,4,5,6) and 6 possible outcomes (1,2,3,4,5,6) so your probability would be 5/6.
This depends entirely on the genotype of the parents. The probability of getting a specific genotype is the probability of getting the correct allele from mother (1/2) multiplied by the probability of getting the correct allele from father (1/2) multiplied by the number of ways this can occur. The probability of getting a phenotype, if the phenotype is dominant, is the sum of the probability of getting two dominant alleles, and the probability of getting one dominant allele. If the phenotype is recessive, the probability is equal to the probability of getting two recessive alleles.
The probability to get a 12, with two dice, is 1/36.
3/6 or 50%. if simplified it would equal 1/2.
In one throw it is 1/3