the probability is 2/6 or 1/3
The first dice can show any number. However the second dice has a 1 in 6 chance of being the same as the first. Hence the probability of getting two numbers the same is 1/6.
If two dice (not dices!) are thrown then the probability that you get an even number on one die is 27/36 = 3/4
The probability for dice depends on how many. For a die, it is 1/3.
The probability is 1.
None of the digits can be 10, so the probability is 0.
With standard dice, zero.
The answer depends on what you are rolling: three or more ordinary dice, or fewer dice with non-standard numbers on them, or a die with some other shape.
Two standard dice cannot have a sum greater than 12. The probability, then, of getting a sum greater than 15 is zero.
one in six