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Q: A ten sided die probability of rolling a four on 3 consecutive rolls?

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The probability of rolling a particular face in a 12 sided die is 1 in 12, or about 0.0833.

The probability of rolling a four on an eight sided octahedron is 1 in 8, or 0.125.

The probability of rolling a six on either (or both) die is 11/36.

The probability of rolling a 7 on a standard die is 0. It will not ever happen.

The probability is 0.

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If you keep rolling the die, then the probability of rolling a 6 and then a 1 on consecutive rolls is 1.The probability is 1/36 for the first two throws.

The probability of rolling a particular face in a 12 sided die is 1 in 12, or about 0.0833.

The probability of rolling an 8 is Zero.

The probability of rolling a four on an eight sided octahedron is 1 in 8, or 0.125.

assuming a single six sided die the probability of rolling a three is 1/6

The probability of rolling a six on either (or both) die is 11/36.

The probability of rolling a 7 on a standard die is 0. It will not ever happen.

The probability of rolling a 3 or 4 with a 6 sided die is 2 over 6. Also known as one/third.

The probability is 0.

It depends on what size die you use, what its labels are and how many rolls you make. For example using a standard six-sided die and one roll, the probability of no sixes is 5/6 or ~0.83; the probability of no sixes with 25 rolls is less than 0.01 or 1%. If you used a standard d3 (three-sided die) then the probability will always be 1 or 100%, since rolling a six is impossible; but if every side has '6' on it the probability is 0, since every roll must be a 6.

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