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Rolling a single die: Six values are possible. Only five is divisible by five; both three and six and divisible by three; making three possibilities. Therefore, the required probability is 3/6 = 0.5.
assuming a single six sided die the probability of rolling a three is 1/6
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 of rolling a five on a standard die is 1 in 6, or about 0.1667.
The probability of rolling a multiple of five on a standard die is 1 in 6, or about 0.1667.The probability of rolling a 10, 15, or higher is zero, because the question implied only one die.
The probability of rolling a six with a standard die five times in a row is (1 in 6)5 which equals 1 in 7776 or about 0.0001286.
One in 6.
The probability of not rolling a 6 is 5/6.
The probability is 0.0322