50 times or above
The chance of rolling a 6 twice in a row, on a six-sided die, is 1 in 36 or 2.78%. The number of possible different results for rolling a six-sided die twice is 6 squared (6 times 6), or 36, therefore the probability of getting any one of the possible results is 1 out of 36.
Rolling it once there is a 1 out of 6 chance - because there is 6 numbers on a dice and one of them is three. so rolling it twice would be a 2 out of 12 chance / 0.16 / 16% chance
Since there is a one in six chance of rolling a four on any given roll the probability is 1/6 or 0.16666... or 16.7%. Since each roll is independent the probabilities can be multiplied. For example to roll a four twice in a row is 1/6 x 1/6 or (1/6)^2. Note how quickly the probability drops. So, for a six sided dice the formula for rolling any number N times in row is (1/6)^N.
(1/6)2 = 1/36
That depends on whether you roll it twice or not...
The chance is one in 216 (6^-3).The probability of rolling a five once is 1/6. Rolling a five again, on the same die or another, will still have a 1/6 chance. Therefore, the probability of the event occurring twice is 1/36 (1/6^2). Three times has a probability of 1/216 (1/6^3), and so on. It does not matter what die is used, as long as it has six sides.The probability p of rolling a number x times consecutively on an s sided die isp=s^-x
The probability is 1/6.
The odds of rolling a 7 are 1/6. The odds of rolling two in a row are 1/36. The odds of rolling an 11 are 1/18. The odds of rolling two in a row are 1/324. The odds of rolling doubles are 1/6. The odds of rolling double twice in a row are 1/36.