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Q: What is the probability of rolling two number cubes simultaneously and getting different numbers?

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The probability of getting two prime numbers when two numbers are selected at random and without replacement, from 1 to 10 is 2/15.

there is no end to numbers so the probability is very high

Probability are the odds of something happening but has multiple answers. Such as probability of getting a 5 in a fair dice would be 1 out of 6 because there are 6 numbers on a dice altogether, and ONE chance of getting a 5 from the total of 6. Therefore, the probability of getting a 5 or any number from a dice would be 1/6.

There are infinitely many numbers and so the probability of the second event is 0. As a result the overall probability is 0.

Since there are 6 numbers on a die (1-6), then the probability of rolling a 5 would be 1 out of 6.

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The probability of getting two prime numbers when two numbers are selected at random and without replacement, from 1 to 10 is 2/15.

The first dice can show any of the eight numbers. If the dice are to show different numbers the second dice has 7 different numbers out of a possible 8 to chose from. So the probability is 7/8 or 0.875 or 87.5% chance.

there is no end to numbers so the probability is very high

It is not possible to answer the question with no knowledge of the numbers on the sides.

Pr(Two different numbers) = 1 - Pr(Two same) = 1 - 1/6 = 5/6 = 83.3%

The probability is(the total number of numbers on the spinner minus 5)/(the total number of numbers on the spinner)Another way to express the same probability is1 - 5/(the total number of numbers on the spinner)

One chance in 6.

About 98 percent.

That depends how many numbers it's possible to get.

36 * 35 * 34 * 33 * 32 / 5 / 4 / 3 / 2 / 1 = 376,992. The probability is 1 in 376,992 or about 0.000002653.

Probability are the odds of something happening but has multiple answers. Such as probability of getting a 5 in a fair dice would be 1 out of 6 because there are 6 numbers on a dice altogether, and ONE chance of getting a 5 from the total of 6. Therefore, the probability of getting a 5 or any number from a dice would be 1/6.

There are infinitely many numbers and so the probability of the second event is 0. As a result the overall probability is 0.

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