If the die is fair, the probability is 1 - if you roll it often enough. If you roll it only once, the prob is 1/6.
Assuming a fair die and only one roll, the probability is 1/6.
The probability of getting an odd number when you roll one die is 1 in 2. In order to get an odd sum with two dice, one of them has to be odd and one of them has to be even. The probability of rolling an odd sum is still 1 in 2, since each die is unrelated in probability to the other.
2 in 6, or 1 in 3, or about 0.3333.
1 out of 6 times,or 16.67% probability.
one out of 6
The answer depends on how often you roll it! For one roll it is 1/6 but the probability increases to a near certainty as you increase the number of rolls.
Assuming you are talking about fair, six-sided dice, then the probability of rolling a 1 on the first roll in 1/6, and the probability of rolling a 2 on the second roll is 1/6. Putting these together, the probability of rolling 1 on the first die and 2 on the second die is 1/36. If you do not care about the order, then you could roll 1,2 or 2,1; in this case the probability would be 2/36, or 1/18.
In one roll the probability is 1/36.