100/6 = 16.6 times
If you were really unlucky, infinitely many times! The probability of that happening is very tiny but it is not zero.
You will roll 600 times, of course!
Since a cube has 6 sides, you have a 4 in 6 chance of getting a number less than 5 each time you roll the dice. You would take how many times you want to roll it (360), divide it by the number of sides (6), and multiply it by 4 since you know you have a 4 in 6 chance. So it should be 240. This is strictly mathematical though and you should not consider it accurate since there are many variables when rolling it.
Total possible outcomes of one roll = 6Number of primes on the die = 3 (2, 3, and 5)Probability of a prime on each roll = 3/6 = 50% .So, in 300 rolls of a fair die, you would expect approximately 150 primes.
You can expect to get a 5 about 15 times out of 90.
If George rolls the die 300 times, how many fives will he roll?
With a fair die, you would expect it 60*(1/6) = 10 times.
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the answer is the probability 6o =1/6 = 60%
the probability 6o =1/6 = 60%
He should expect it 100 times.