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Q: When a die is rolled find the probability of getting a 5?

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If it is a fair die that is rolled once, then the probability is 2/3.

It is 1/6.

5/6 = 83.3%

With a standard 1-6 die, the probability is 0.

If 2 standard dice are rolled, the odds of getting a sum of 16 is zero. The highest sum possible is 12.

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A cube, by definition, must be 6 sided. The probability of getting a 6, if it is a fair die, is 1/6.

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