The probability is 31/36.
The odds are 1 in 36 that you will roll a sum of 2 in a single roll of two fair dice.
If the dice are fair then it is 5/36.
Partial answer: Assuming that the dice show the numbers 1, 2, 3, ... 14 on each die, and that the question refers to throwing both dice and getting the sum. The smallest sum is 2 and the greatest sum is 28. So the sample space is 2,3,4,...,28.
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2 of 12
It is 5/36.
For normal dice, and assuming "combined" refers to the sum, the answer is 7.
If the question is: What are the odds of rolling a die with a 6 when rolling twodice ? . Answer: There are 36 outcomes when rolling a pair of dice, 10 of themhave a die with a single 6 and 1 of them has two 6. So the probability of rollingone die with a 6 when rolling a pair of dice is P =10/36 =0.2777... . The oddswould be (10 to 26) 5 to 13.If the question is: What are the odds of rolling a sum of 6 when rolling two dice ?Answer: there are 5 outcomes out of the 36 that give the sum of 6. They are;(1,5), (5,1), (2,4), (4,2), and (3,3). So the probability for this event is P =5/36 =0.13888... . The odds would be 5 to 31.
For a single roll of a pair of fair dice, the answer is 1/36.
The probability is 5/12.
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There is one way to roll a sum of 12. There are 36 different outcomes from rolling a pair of dice. Therefore, the probability is 1/36 ~= 0.0278 = 2.78%
The answer depends on what variable you are looking at: the sum, the product, the maximum, mean, median, range, and so on. The odds will be different.
One out of six... or however many sides your dice have on it.
It is 6/36 = 1/6.
It is 11/18.
two ways one and three and a pair of twos
It is 1/9.
there are 36 possible outcomes and 9 ways to get sums divible by 4, so odds are 1 in 4
If 2 standard dice are rolled, the odds of getting a sum of 16 is zero. The highest sum possible is 12.
The probability of getting a sum of 2 at least once is 0.8155
The expected value is 7.