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Q: When two dice are rolled what is the probability that both will not be the same number?

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If they are normal dice, the probability is 0.

The probability is 1 and you do not need Matlab to get that answer - only a little bit of thought.

The probability of rolling the same number on five dice is (1/6)4, or about 0.0007716.

There is one way to roll a sum of 12. There are 36 different outcomes from rolling a pair of dice. Therefore, the probability is 1/36 ~= 0.0278 = 2.78%

There are 6 × 6 = 36 possible outcomes There are 3 odd numbers, so there are 3 × 3 = 9 results that are a success → probability of both dice showing an odd number = 9/36 = 1/4

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If two six sided fair dice are rolled, the sum of the result of both dice that has the lowest probability to come up is 2 and 12. P(2) = 1/36. P(12) = 1/36.

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

1/6

If they are normal dice, the probability is 0.

The probability is 0. If both dice show the number 3 then the sum is 6 which is not odd.

The answer depends on how many dice are rolled. With 12 or more dice, the answer is 0.The answer depends on how many dice are rolled. With 12 or more dice, the answer is 0.The answer depends on how many dice are rolled. With 12 or more dice, the answer is 0.The answer depends on how many dice are rolled. With 12 or more dice, the answer is 0.

The probability of any one number on a die being rolled is 1/6 or 16.67%.

The probability is 0 since if both dice show the number 6, their sum is 12 which is not a prime.

It is 1/6.

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

If you rolled 2 fair dice, the probability of having a sum of 6 is 5 over 36

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