Q: How many equally likely outcomes are in a 6 faced dice?

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they are all equally likely, just like flipping a coin.

6 Of course - assuming a cube die. There are other dice available (for playing D&D) which can have for example 4 (tetrahedral dice) or 20 (icosahedral dice) outcomes.

There are 36 possible outcomes.

over 97564 billion outcomes

There are 36 outcomes rolling two dice.

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The question is underspecified since the answer depends on the numbers on the dice. If all the numbers on both the dice are the same, there is clearly only one outcome. If the dice have 4 different numbers, then there can be 16 different outcomes. If the numbers on each die are 1,2,3 and 4 (or any four numbers in arithmetic sequence) there will be 7 outcomes.

they are all equally likely, just like flipping a coin.

On a normal unbiased 6 sided dice there are 6 equally likely outcomes - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6. The probability of rolling a four is therefore 1/6.

90.47619% Close but no cigar. I presume u r talking about rolling a pair of dice. There are 6 possible outcomes 4 each die, all equally likely, for a total of 36 equally likely possible outcomes. There is only 1 with a sum of 2, and 2 with a sum of 3, for a total of 3 outcomes with a sum of 3 or less. That's 3 out of 36, or 1/12. The other 11/12 represent a sum of more than 3, and that's 91.6666666...%

11 outcomes if the dice are indistinguishable, 36 otherwise.

The set of possible outcomes is the set of different ways in which an event might or might not happen. Take a very simple example: If you roll a dice you will roll a 6 or a 5 or a 4 or a 3 or a 2 or a 1. So there are 6 different possible outcomes, all of which are equally probable. If you roll 2 dice at the same time the possible total scores are are from 2 ( a 1 and a 1) to 12 (a 6 and a 6), so there are 11 possible outcomes, but not all equally probable.

dice is a 6 faced cube

The possible outcomes of a single dice is 6 ( 1,2,3,4,5, 6). If two such dice are rolled the possible outcomes are 6 multiplied by 6, that is 36 outcomes. ((1,1),(1,2)...(2,1),(2,2).....(6,4),(6,5),(6,6))

6 Of course - assuming a cube die. There are other dice available (for playing D&D) which can have for example 4 (tetrahedral dice) or 20 (icosahedral dice) outcomes.

there are 36 outcomes when rolling 2 dice