The probability of rolling an even number is 1/2.
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%
there is exactly a 50% chance.
Assuming you are rolling a six-sided dice, it is 1/3 for one dice and 2/3 for two dice.
There is always a 1 in 6 chance of rolling ANY number on a six-sided dice, as there are 6 numbers.
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
With 2 6-sided dice, 100% chance, since the maximum roll is 12.
Assuming that it is a 6-sided die, the answer is 1/3.
For a six sided die , it would be 1/6 as there is an equal chance for every value.
0n a 6 sided dice. exactly 1. on two 6 sided dice, about 31/36
Rolling a dice and getting an even number is an outcome. It is the result of rolling a dice.
The probability of rolling a particular face in a 12 sided die is 1 in 12, or about 0.0833.
That depends on what kind of dice you are rolling and how many of them you roll. If you roll two 6-sided dice once, the probability of getting the number 100 is exactly zero. You cannot get a 100 on one roll of two 6-sided dice. Other dice and different numbers of them may yield different probabilities.
The probability is 1 out of two. The primes you can roll are 2,3, and 5.
The probability is (0.1) times (the number of faces with '4' marked on them).
The probability of rolling an odd number of a standard die is 3 in 6, or 1 in 2, or 0.5.
The chance of rolling a certain number on a dice is 1/6, so the chance of rolling a 4 OR 5is 2/6. But if you have two dice you have the most chance of rolling a seven (6/36 or 1/6)
4 out of 12 chances if each dice had 6 sides. 2 out of 6 chances to simplify it.
We'll assume standard six-sided dice. The first die rolls... well, whatever it rolls. It doesn't really matter what the specific number is. The second die can come up any of six different ways. One of those ways is with the same number as the first, the other five are different. So the chances of rolling two dice and getting the same number on both is 1/6.
1/6 for each, if you are rolling a six sided die.
You have a 3.125% chance of not rolling an even number, because each time you roll a die you have a 50% chance of not rolling an even number, but each additional time you roll a die your chances of not rolling an even number the formula changes from 3/6 to 3/12 because the possibilities double but your chances of not rolling an even remain the same so eventually we end up with 3/96 because of rolling the die 6 times.
The probability of rolling the same number on five dice is (1/6)4, or about 0.0007716.
With two 6-sided dice, 1 out of 36.
If there is a different number on each face of the die and no numbers a repeated it is a 1 in 10 chance.
When you throw a dice there is always 6 chances of getting a number; therefore the numbers greater that 4 are: 5 and 6 (2 options) in total there will be 2/6 chances will simplifies to 1/3
The probability of rolling a six on either (or both) die is 11/36.