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You roll it many times. The probability that it lands on a six is the number of times that it lands on a six divided by the number of times the die has been rolled.

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If it lands on a six 140 times then the estimated probability of a six is 140/400 = 0.35


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.


Count the number of permutations of the expected results and divide by the number of permutations of the possible results. This is standard probability theory, and it applies to everything in probability, not just dice.For instance, with two dice, there are 36 possible permutations, while there is only 1 permutation that adds up to a sum of 2, though there are 6 permutations that add up to a sum of 7. As a result, the probability of rolling a sum of 2 is 1 in 36, while rolling a 7 is 6 in 36, or 1 in 6.


the probability is 1(being the maximum)- the probability you have allredy got. the answer is 0.6


The least error prone way of doing this is to draw a 6x6 square of all the possiblities when rolling a pair of dice, where one is red and one blue, and work out the proportion of the combinations that sum to 7.


You have 36 different possibilities (6 for the first die x 6 for the second die). Two of these are "favorable", giving you the desired result: both the combinations (6, 5) and (5, 6) work. Therefore, the probability is 2/36.


Because when reverse biased it behaves like any other rectifier/diode.


Not necessarily. There may not even be a way to work out a theoretical probability. Furthermore, there is always a chance, however small, that the experimental probability is way off.


if a diode is in forward biased the diode acts as switch is on and when we apply the diode in reverse biased then it work as the switch as off.



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Assuming fair dice,each of the pair has an equal chance of landing on any of their six faces.These events should occur independently, so there are 36 total possibilities of equal probability.That is, each possibility has a probability 1/36.An 8 can be made with the possibilities (2,6), (3,5), (4,4), (5,3), (6,2).Any of these possibilities will work so we want the probability that any of them will occur.This can be calculated by adding their probabilities since they are mutually exclusive events.There are 5 of them, each with probability 1/36. So the probability of rolling an 8 is therefore5/36


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To "Dice" is to cut meat into small pieces. Mincemight also work, and implies smaller pieces than dice.


I work with an infant school including a nursery and so the probability is 1.


yes they do bcoz a defauly game called tumbling dice work in it


The probability of a result you want is (the total number of results that would satisfy you) divided by (the total number of all possible results).


First you need to work out the probability of rolling a prime number. The prime numbers on a die are 2, 3 and 5. Thus the probability of rolling a prime number is 3/6 which can be simplified to 1/2. The probability of rolling a number greater than 1 is 5/6. The probability of rolling one on one dice and one on the other is therefore 1/2 x 5/6 = 5/12. There are two possible ways round these options could come though. You might get the number greater than one on the first roll, and the prime on the second. Thus we need to multiply the probability by 2, which gives us the final answer of 5/6.


scientists examine each others work to make sure it is not biased or unreliable.


A space diagram is commonly used in mathematics. It is a table which represents a range of work to mostly do with probability! Hope it helps


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That means that you have some knowledge, or assumption, about the probability, before actually doing the experiment. For example: if a die (that's the singular of "dice") has six sides, it is fairly safe to assume that each of the six numbers has the same probability of appearing, because of the die's symmetry. Therefore, since the sum of probabilities must add up to one, the probability for each of the six numbers is 1/6. (Note that the above assumptions might be wrong; for example, the die might be manipulated to weigh more on one side than on the other.)


The probability is 11/36. This is easiest to work out in the "negative": Instead of working out all the "positive", or successful, outcomes and adding them together, the fact that the sum of all probabilities is 1 is used by working out all the "negative", or unsuccessful, outcomes, adding them together and subtracting this sum from 1: For this case there are 3 positive (successful) outcomes: 6x, x6, 66 (where each pair represents the value showing on the dice (in order) with x meaning any digit 1-5) but only 1 negative (unsuccessful) outcome: xx. Thus the calculation is: Pr(at least one of the dice showing a six) = 1 - Pr(neither die shows a six). The probability of a single die not showing a six is 5/6 → the probability of two dice not showing a six is 5/6 × 5/6 = 25/36 as the two events are independent. → The probability of at least one six = 1 - probability of no six = 1 - 25/36 = 11/36. It can be worked out in the positive, but requires much more work: Pr(at least one 6) = Pr(6x: first die 6, second not 6) + Pr(x6: first not 6, second 6) + Pr (66: both 6) = 1/6 × 5/6 + 5/6 × 1/6 + 1/6 × 1/6 = 5/36 + 5/36 + 1/36 = 11/36 (as before)


The answer will depend on the population which is being studied.


It is basically a photodiode with no reverse biased voltage is applied to it . it generates the potensial across it when exposed to light



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