It is 1/6.
A die, many dice. So when you say a six-sided dice, do you mean six-sided dice, and if so, how many of them? Or, do you mean only one six-sided die? In that case, assuming the ide is fair, the answer is 1/6.
4 in total
21 is the answer
rolling 8 on a 6 sided dice? in a single roll? approximately 0. on a 12 sided dice? one in 12. two six sided dice? 5/36
The answer depends on the length of its edges.
who invented the six sided dice???
It has six edges.
Due to the incompatibility of the grammar: "one" and "are", the question makes no sense and so it is not possible to answer it.
The chance is 1/36. (There are 36 possible combinations for two 6-sided dice, but only 18 separate combinations when the dice are not considered seperately.)
1 in 6
It is 0.5
one in six
A six-sided die only goes up to 6. Therefore, when rolling two, you can get a total of 2 times 6, so 12 is the highest number possible, and you cannot roll a fourteen.
If you rolled 5 six-sided dice, there would be 6 to the power 5 = 7776 choices.
There is always a 1 in 6 chance of rolling ANY number on a six-sided dice, as there are 6 numbers.
The answer depends on what numbers are on the faces of the dice.
52 x 6 if it is a six sided die.
Yes, especially when you are using four or six-sided dice.