If you keep rolling the die, then the probability of rolling a 6 and then a 1 on consecutive rolls is 1.The probability is 1/36 for the first two throws.
1 in 36.
It is a certainty. If the die is rolled often enough, the probability that two consecutive rolls show a six is 1.
Gary's chances of rolling either a 4 or a 6 are the same for any of the other numbers on the cube. The probability is 1 out of 3.
Rolling luggage is better than non-rolling luggage due to the fact that it rolls. Because it rolls you can easily run with it and maneuver it in tight places.
The probability of not rolling it ever is 0.For n rolls it is (5/6)n sofor 10 rolls it is 0.1615for 20 rolls it is 2.608*10-2for 100 rolls it is 1.207*10-8 and so on.
roll / rolls / rolling The balls roll along a channel The car rolls down the road, hits the bus and bursts into flames. Are we rolling?