It means that there is a serious error in your calculations since a probability cannot ever be greater than 1.
it depends on how many numbers are on the number cube. if it only goes to 6, then the probability is 1/6. if it goes to 8 then the probability is 2/8. and so on and so on...
It is 0.722... recurring.
The answer depends on how many times it is rolled.
If a standard number cube or die is rolled, the probability that a 4 does not land face up is five out of six, or (six minus one) out of six.
For most people the probability is 1: they have already rolled a number cube. For infants, it is quite likely to happen in the course of their lives, so again the probability is very close to 1.
It is 1/2.
A number cube is a six sided figure so I'm going to go with 0%
It is approx 0.99989, that is, a near certainty.
Because 3/6 of the sides on a number cube have even numbers, the probability of rolling even on one number cube is 1/2(equivalent of 3/6). But since you're rolling twice, you multiply the probability of one by itself (therefore rolling 2 number cubes). So: 1/2x1/2=1/4 The probability of rolling an even number when a number cube is rolled twice is 1/4, 25%, or 1 out of 4.
These are all independent events. So the probability of them all happening is the product of the probabilities of each one of them happening. The desired probability is (2/6)*(1/2)*(1/2)=1/12
The probability is zero. No number can be less than 3 and greater than 4.
P(1 or 6)
When a number cube is rolled twice, there are 36 possible outcomes. (1,1),(1,2),....(6,6). (3,3) occurs only once. Therefore, the probability of rolling a 3 both times is 1/36.
4 out of 12
On a normal cube, the probability is 0. If there are more than 1 cubes, the answer depends on how many are being rolled for each sum.
It is no big deal. You could do that if the die was not the standard cube with numbers 1 to 6.
4:6 reduces to 2:3
A cube, by definition, must be 6 sided. The probability of getting a 6, if it is a fair die, is 1/6.
A fair cube is a die which, when rolled, has a probability of 1/6 of coming to a stop with each of the faces uppermost.
The probability that any number will come up on one cube is 1/6. 1/6*1/6=1/36 the probability is 1/36
The probability of getting tails on a coin is SMALLER than rolling a number greater than 2
With one toss of a coin, there can be at most 1 head. So the probability of 4 or more heads is very definitely 0.
its is likely 2/3 or 1/6