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)
One roll of one normal cube: the answer is 0.
Assuming the numbers are 1-6, the probability is 0.
A number cube is a six sided figure so I'm going to go with 0%
The probability of rolling a six on either (or both) die is 11/36.
assuming a single six sided die the probability of rolling a three is 1/6
Assuming that the die is a regular 1 - 6 die, there is zero chance of you throwing an eight with a single six-sided die.
The probability of rolling a 4 or higher on a standard die is 1 in 2.
A cube, by definition, must be 6 sided. The probability of getting a 6, if it is a fair die, is 1/6.
That's going to depend on how many numbered sides the "cube" has, and howthey're numbered.If it's literally a six-sided cube, with the faces numbered 1 through 6, then the onlymultiple of 4 anywhere on it is 4, and the probability of rolling the 4 is1/6 or (16 and 2/3) percent.
The theoretical probability of rolling a 5 on a standard six sided die is one in six. It does not matter how many times you roll it, however, if you roll it 300 times, the theoretical probability is that you would roll a 5 fifty times.
The probability of rolling a 7 on a standard die is 0. It will not ever happen.
On a six sided die; 1/6
The probability of rolling a 3 or 4 with a 6 sided die is 2 over 6. Also known as one/third.
The probability of rolling more than a six with one roll of a cube whose sides are marked from 1 to 6 is zero.
Probability = (number of successful outcomes) / (number of possible outcomes)Possible outcomes: 6Successful outcomes: 1Probability = 1/6 = 16 and 2/3 percent.
1/6 for each, if you are rolling a six sided die.
A cube has six sides. Therefore this is impossible.
There is always a 1 in 6 chance of rolling ANY number on a six-sided dice, as there are 6 numbers.
The probability is 1 out of two. The primes you can roll are 2,3, and 5.
The probability of rolling a odd number on a standard die is 3 in 6, or 1 in 2, or 0.5.You don't say with what, so I assume with a standard six sided die. The probability of rolling an odd number with a standard six sided die is 3 in 6, or 1 in 2, or 0.5.
Prob(No sixes in 6 rolls) = [Prob(Not a six in a roll)]6 = (5/6)6 = 0.3349
5/36 in a single roll.
One side of the six sided cube has a 3 so: 1/6
1 out of 2 if the die is six-sided.