Q: How many 1.20 bread rolls for 6?

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6 X 4 = 24 toilet rolls in 6 packs.

It is 1 - pr(no 5 nor 6 in 120 rolls) = 1 - (2/3)120 = 1 - 1.113*1057 which is so close to 1 as to make no difference. It is 0.99...98887 which starts off with a string of 56 nines.

120 ÷ 6 = 20

If it's a fair cube, then the probability of a ' 1 ' (or any other number 2 thru 6) onany roll is 1/6 . The most probable result of 120 rolls is 20 1s, 20 2s, 20 3s, 20 4s,20 5s, and 20 6s.That's the most probable. This means that if you do 120 rolls an infinite numberof times, that's the set of results you'll get most often. But it does NOT tell youwhat you WILL get if you do 120 rolls one time.A related comment: If you roll the cube 119 times and a ' 1 ' has never come upyet ... and it's a fair and honest cube ... then the chance of rolling a ' 1 ' on the120th roll is . . . . (wait for it) . . . . 1/6 , just like it was on the first roll. The cubehas no memory, and there's no such thing as "it's due".

720 ÷ 6 = 120

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6 X 4 = 24 toilet rolls in 6 packs.

120 ÷ 6 = 20

It is 1 - pr(no 5 nor 6 in 120 rolls) = 1 - (2/3)120 = 1 - 1.113*1057 which is so close to 1 as to make no difference. It is 0.99...98887 which starts off with a string of 56 nines.

120 ÷ 6 = 20

Here's the basics of bread freezing... * Bread in a lose plastic bag- one month or less * Bread in freezer quality plastic wrap and tin foil- up to 6 months * Bread in a vacuum sealed package- up to 6 months * Partially baked rolls or buns loosely packed- 2-3 months * Partially baked rolls or buns individually wrapped- 4-5 months * Quick bread batter 3-4 months * Yeast dough- 2-3 months

If it's a fair cube, then the probability of a ' 1 ' (or any other number 2 thru 6) onany roll is 1/6 . The most probable result of 120 rolls is 20 1s, 20 2s, 20 3s, 20 4s,20 5s, and 20 6s.That's the most probable. This means that if you do 120 rolls an infinite numberof times, that's the set of results you'll get most often. But it does NOT tell youwhat you WILL get if you do 120 rolls one time.A related comment: If you roll the cube 119 times and a ' 1 ' has never come upyet ... and it's a fair and honest cube ... then the chance of rolling a ' 1 ' on the120th roll is . . . . (wait for it) . . . . 1/6 , just like it was on the first roll. The cubehas no memory, and there's no such thing as "it's due".

Exactly 20 of them

6

720 ÷ 6 = 120

6 permute 6 =720 ways :))

1 score=20 year so 6 score = 6 x 20 =120 years