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Q: What are the odds of a factor of 6 when a dice is rolled?

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A multiple of 6 because you can get a 6 and 6, a 1 and 5, a 2 and 4, and a 3 and 3. The only factors you can get are 2, 3, and 6.

12 is a multiple of 3. It is not a factor of 6. 6 is a factor of 12.

6, as far as I know.

The greatest common factor of 6 and 36 is 6. Since 6 is a factor of 36, it is automatically the GCF.

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To roll a three on any one dice, the odds are 1/6. To roll a three on any one of a pair of dice, the odds are 1/6 x 1/6 which is 1/36 or 1 in 36 chance.

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The odds of rolling 6 out of 2 consecutive dice is 100/25.

6 in 36, or in simplest form 1 in 6. For each number rolled on one die, there are only 6 possibilities for the other.

The probability is 1, if the dice are rolled often enough.

1 in 6. Basically dice 1 can roll any number So the odds are that dice 2 has the same number as dice 1, or 1 in 6

In order to get a ten, your first die must be either a 4, 5, or 6. The odds on that happening are 3/6, or 1/2. Your second die must then equal six minus the first die. Your odds on that are 1/6. Your overall odds then are 1/2 * 1/6, or 1/12.

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

there are 6 faces of the dice so the answer is 1/6

There are 6 numbers on a die. Therefore there are 6 possible numbers that can be rolled. "3" is one of those numbers. The odds are therefore 1/6.

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