Q: What are the odds of rolling 2 dice and getting a 5?

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The odds of rolling 6 out of 2 consecutive dice is 100/25.

The probability is approx 0.1608

1 in 6. Basically dice 1 can roll any number So the odds are that dice 2 has the same number as dice 1, or 1 in 6

The odds are 1 in 36 that you will roll a sum of 2 in a single roll of two fair dice.

2 of 12

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The odds of rolling 6 out of 2 consecutive dice is 100/25.

The probability is approx 0.1608

The odds of not rolling a 1 or 2 with two dice is 35 in 36. The odds of doing that 25 times in a row is (35/36)25 or about 0.4945Note: The odds of not rolling a 1 is zero, so the answer degraded to the odds of not rolling a 2.===================================Opinion #2:-- There are 36 possible outcomes when 2 dice are rolled.-- Only one of the outcomes is a 2.-- So the probability of NOT rolling a 2 with 2 dice is 35/36 .-- In 25 consecutive rolls, the probability of never rolling a 2 is (35/36)25 = 49.45% .-- The 'odds' are 1,011 to 989 against it.

I believe the odds are about 60:1

1 in 6. Basically dice 1 can roll any number So the odds are that dice 2 has the same number as dice 1, or 1 in 6

The odds are 1 in 36 that you will roll a sum of 2 in a single roll of two fair dice.

2 of 12

The probability is 3/6 or 1/2

When rolling 2 dice there are 36 combinations that can occur. Sums will range from 2 to 12; sums divided by 4 are 4, 8, and 12 You can get this by dice combinations of 1 3 3 1 2 2 4 4 2 6 6 2 3 5 5 3 6 6 That is 9 ways. so odds are 9/36 = 1 in 4

12/18 - 6/9 - 2/3

1 in 23328

The probability of rolling 12 with 2 dice is 1 in 36. The probability of not rolling 12 with 2 dice is 35 in 36.