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If it was 1 one dot cube, you could only roll 1 number.

If it was one dot cube. You could roll 6 numbers.

Q: How many different numbers can you roll with one dot cube?

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a cube a cuboid and many many others

Assuming you mean a standard die and not a cube with one dot on it; it has six sides, each with a different number (1-6) on it, so there are six possible outcomes, ie 6 different numbers that can be obtained with one roll of it. Of these the two numbers "1" and "2" are less than 3, so the fraction less than 3 are: wanted_outcomes/total_possible_outcomes = 2/6 = 1/3

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Gary's chances of rolling either a 4 or a 6 are the same for any of the other numbers on the cube. The probability is 1 out of 3.

The square based pyramid does not stack or roll.

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What is the probability of rolling an even with one roll of a numbers cube.

On a single roll, three out of the six possible outcomes are even numbers = 50%.

If you roll one cube, there are 6 possible outcomes.If you roll two cubes, there are 36 possible outcomes. But if you can't tellone cube from the other, then 1 - 2 looks the same to you as 2 - 1, sothere are only 18 different unique outcomes.

a cube a cuboid and many many others

Assuming you mean a standard die and not a cube with one dot on it; it has six sides, each with a different number (1-6) on it, so there are six possible outcomes, ie 6 different numbers that can be obtained with one roll of it. Of these the two numbers "1" and "2" are less than 3, so the fraction less than 3 are: wanted_outcomes/total_possible_outcomes = 2/6 = 1/3

Well, numbers divisible by 2 are even numbers, and the even numbers from 1 to 6 are 2,4,and 6. Since there are 3 out of 6 even numbers on a number cube, there is a probability 1/2 to roll an even number on a number cube.

A fair cube 60 times.

1/6 or 300=4

it can tumble but it cant roll

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The composite numbers on an ordinary cube are 4 and 6 so the probability of rolling a composite is 2/6 = 1/3

its the number of odd numbers (3) divided by the total number of numbers (6) 3/6 = 0.5