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Q: What is the probabailty rolling a prime number wth a 12 sided dice?

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With a standard 6-sided die, the probability of rolling a prime number is 1/2

1 out of 2

The probability of rolling a prime number on a standard 6-sided die is 3 in 6, or 0.5.The sample space is [1 2 3 4 5 6] and the result space is [2 3 5]. 3 divided by 6 is 0.5.

Since there are 3 prime numbers, 13, 17, and 19, in the range 12 to 19, the probability of throwing a prime number on a fair eight sided die numbered 12 to 19 is 3 in 8.

If you mean a regular six-sided die, there are 3: 2,3 and 5. Some people would argue that 1 is a prime number, but in fact 1 is not, as it only has one natural number divisor, while prime numbers have exactly two distinct natural number divisors.

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With a standard 6-sided die, the probability of rolling a prime number is 1/2

5 out of 12

1 out of 2

It is 1/6

1 out of 2 if the die is six-sided.

The probability is 6/36 or 1/6

The probability is 1 out of two. The primes you can roll are 2,3, and 5.

The probability of rolling an even number is 1/2.

Odd- 3/12 ---> 1/4 Prime- 3/12 ---> 1/4 They are the same

There are 36 possibilities when rolling two six sided die. 15 of them result in a prime number (2,3,5,7,11) So the probability is 15 in 36 or a 5 in 12 chance.

If he's rolling a conventional 6-sided number cube (and it's fair), that's 5 out of 6.

There is always a 1 in 6 chance of rolling ANY number on a six-sided dice, as there are 6 numbers.