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1/6 of all outcomes should be a 5.

300*1/6=50

This is the answer regardless of what you are rolling for. You would find whatever number you want and average about 50 times if you were to roll the dice 300 times. You might not get exactly 50, but it won't be far from that. There are faces on a die, and the odds of any one of those 6 numbers showing up is 1 out of 6 times.

The above is only true if the dice are not rigged in any way ("loaded dice"). Now, if only one number likes to keep coming up, you might be dealing with loaded dice. In that case, the dice are made for cheating and the mathematical laws of average no longer apply.

Q: If you roll a dice 300 times about how many times would you expect it to land on 5?

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1:6 or (theoretically) 50 times

30 maybe but i say 35 or 31

40 times

about 18...hope this helps(:

27 - if it was a fair die.

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I would expect it to land on a number of 4 or higher 50% of the time or roughly 24 times.

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You can expect the spinner to land an odd number 25 times out of 50.

1:6 or (theoretically) 50 times

A fair coin would be expected to land on heads 75 times.

The answer depends on the number of sides on the spinner and how they are numbered.

Roughly half of the time, so about 350 times.

If it lands on a six 140 times then the estimated probability of a six is 140/400 = 0.35

30 maybe but i say 35 or 31

40 times