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Q: What is the probability of rolling a 9 if you have a 12 sided dice?

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You can't get 14 with two regular six-sided dice ! The highest you can get with one throw is 12.

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For standard dice, there are 36 outcomes for rolling 2 dice. There are 3 ways to roll a 4; 3,1 1,3 & 2,2. The probability of sum of 4 is then 3/36 or 1/12 or 0.0833.

4 out of 12 chances if each dice had 6 sides. 2 out of 6 chances to simplify it.

It is 20/36 = 0.55... recurring.

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rolling 8 on a 6 sided dice? in a single roll? approximately 0. on a 12 sided dice? one in 12. two six sided dice? 5/36

The probability of rolling 12 with 2 dice is 1 in 36. The probability of not rolling 12 with 2 dice is 35 in 36.

If the dice is 6 sided, the chances of rolling each number is about 17% (100/6) If the dice is 4 sided, the chances of rolling each number is 25% (100/4) Similarly, 8 sided = 12.5% 10 sided = 10% 12 sided ≈ 8% 20 sided = 5%

You can't get 14 with two regular six-sided dice ! The highest you can get with one throw is 12.

The probability of rolling a sum of 12 in a single roll of two dice is 1 in 36, or about 0.0278.

With two normal six-sided dice, the maximum sum can only be 12 (6 x 2 dice), so there is zero probability of rolling a sum that adds to 16.

2 out of 12

Zero is the probability of rolling a sum of 15 on two fair dice; the maximum value is 12.

3/36 = 1/12 = 0.0833... or 8.33... %

1/12

It is 1/36.

Rolling dice, there are 62 or 36 outcomes. There is only 1 way to get a 12; 6 & 6. Therefore, the probability is 1/36 or 0.0278.

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