Q: How many ways can you roll a five with 2 dice or greater?

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Zero. If you roll five dice, you cannot get six 6s.

uummm!!!! The probability would maybe close to 5 or 4. * * * * * The answer is clearly incorrect because the probability of an event cannot be greater than 1. The actual probability, assuming the dice are fair, is 4/36 = 1/9 = 11.11...%

There are 5 dice in Yatzee. You roll the dice to determine your score.

You cannot roll "a dice" because it is one die, many dice. If you roll an ordinary, 6 faced die, the probability that it will land on 1 is 1/6.

Roll the Dice was created in 2008-12.

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Zero. If you roll five dice, you cannot get six 6s.

uummm!!!! The probability would maybe close to 5 or 4. * * * * * The answer is clearly incorrect because the probability of an event cannot be greater than 1. The actual probability, assuming the dice are fair, is 4/36 = 1/9 = 11.11...%

There are 5 dice in Yatzee. You roll the dice to determine your score.

You cannot roll "a dice" because it is one die, many dice. If you roll an ordinary, 6 faced die, the probability that it will land on 1 is 1/6.

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Roll the Dice was created in 2008-12.

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That depends on what kind of dice you are rolling and how many of them you roll. If you roll two 6-sided dice once, the probability of getting the number 100 is exactly zero. You cannot get a 100 on one roll of two 6-sided dice. Other dice and different numbers of them may yield different probabilities.

None. Two ordinary dice can only sum to 12 and so you cannot roll a 36.

Roll of the Dice was created on 1995-08-01.

The answer depends on how many dice are rolled, how often and whether they are fair dice.For a single roll of a fair die the answer is 1/6.The answer depends on how many dice are rolled, how often and whether they are fair dice.For a single roll of a fair die the answer is 1/6.The answer depends on how many dice are rolled, how often and whether they are fair dice.For a single roll of a fair die the answer is 1/6.The answer depends on how many dice are rolled, how often and whether they are fair dice.For a single roll of a fair die the answer is 1/6.

If we are thinking of getting a '6', here are the odds. Wth one dice, its 1 in 6. So,with two dice its 1 in 216 with three dice its 1 in 7776 with four dice its 1 in 279936 with five dice its a huge 1 in 10077696