Q: How many number combinations are there from rolling two number cubes?

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There are 65 = 7776 possible outcomes. However, if the number cubes are indistinguishable, then these represent 378 distinct outcomes.

It depends on how many values each number is capable of having, and if repetition is allowed, and then if order is important. For example, are you rolling dice, picking Lotto balls, BINGO, etc. I am posting a link to a site called MathsIsFun, which has some good information about Combinations and Permutations.

There are infinitely many numbers and so infinitely many possible combinations.

There are 5,461,512 such combinations.

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There are 65 = 7776 possible outcomes. However, if the number cubes are indistinguishable, then these represent 378 distinct outcomes.

There are 17 I think

Well it depends on how many times you roll the cubes. since there's six sides, you multiply them by a number of time you're rolling. For example: 6x3=18. 2out of 18 or 1/9.

There are 12 squares on 2 cubes

Since a number can have infinitely many digits, there are infinitely many possible combinations.

If you have got enough cubes, as many as you like.

There are 4845 combinations.

252 combinations, :)

It depends on how many values each number is capable of having, and if repetition is allowed, and then if order is important. For example, are you rolling dice, picking Lotto balls, BINGO, etc. I am posting a link to a site called MathsIsFun, which has some good information about Combinations and Permutations.

There are infinitely many numbers and so infinitely many possible combinations.

There are 6C3 = 20 such combinations.

There are 5,461,512 such combinations.