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1/6 for each, if you are rolling a six sided die.

Rolling the dice once will result in any one of the six numbers having the same probability of being up. The probability of getting a '5' = 1/6, the same as getting a '1.' ============================

Theoretical probability is the probability of something occurring when the math is done out on paper or 'in theory' such as the chance of rolling a six sided dice and getting a 2 is 1/6. Experimental probability is what actually occurs during an experiment trying to determine the probability of something. If a six sided dice is rolled ten times and the results are as follows 5,2,6,2,5,3,1,4,6,1 then the probability of rolling a 2 is 1/3. The law of large numbers states the more a probability experiment is preformed the closer to the theoretical probability the results will be.

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The probability of rolling a six is one in six. The probability of rolling three consecutive sixes is one in 216. (1/6 x 1/6 x 1/6 = 1/216)

the probability is 5/6

Zero. If you roll five dice, you cannot get six 6s.

The probability of rolling at least one '1' with six dice is 66.5% [1-(5/6)^6]*100%

The chance that one dice falls on 6 is 1 out of 6. The probability that dice falls twice in a row is 1 out of 6 and 1 out of 6, that is (1/6)(1/6)=(1/6)^2=1/36.Hence the probability of six sixes in a row is(1/6)^6=1 out of 46,656.

Im not sure what u are asking the probability of getting 2 sixes on both dice is1/36 the probability of getting a six on either dice is 1/6 and the probability of getting one six on both of the dice is 5/36 i believe hope i answered ur question

The probability of not rolling a sum of six with two fair dice is 1 minus the probability of rolling a sum of six. There are 36 permutations of rolling two dice. Of these, five sum to six, 1+5, 2+4, 3+3, 4+2, and 5+1. The probability, then of rolling a sum of six is 5 in 36. The probability, then of not rolling a sum of six is 31 in 36, or about 0.8611.

The probability of rolling a six on either (or both) die is 11/36.

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