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.
With one roll of three dice, the probability is 7/8.
The probability is 0 since if both dice show the number 6, their sum is 12 which is not a prime.
The probability is 1/2.
The probability is .5 since half the numbers are even and half are odd.
The answer depends on how often you roll it! For one roll it is 1/6 but the probability increases to a near certainty as you increase the number of rolls.
there is six sides on a dice and three of them is odd3/6=1/2=50%it's a 50% chance to roll an odd number
The same as rolling an odd number... 1:2 or 50% chance.
Since the numbers (number of dots) on normal dice only go from 1 - 6, then I would think the probability of getting the number 100 is zero.
The probability is 1 in 36
There is a 50% chance.
There are 6 numbers on a die. Therefore there are 6 possible numbers that can be rolled. "3" is one of those numbers. The odds are therefore 1/6.
The probability is the number of times that a specific outcome occurred divided by the number of repetitions of the relevant trial.
There are 36 possible outcomes when we roll a pair of dice. Rolling a five can be done the following ways: 3-2, 4-1, 2-3 and 1-4. That's four ways to roll a five with one roll of the dice. The odds of rolling a five are 4 in 36, or 1 in 9. That makes the probability of rolling a five equal to 0.11111....We know that the probability of something is a ratio of the number of times it can be done to the total number of things that are possible. Probabilities range from zero to one, inclusive. If something has a probability of zero, it cannot happen. Like rolling a 13. A 13 cannot be rolled with one roll of a pair of standard dice. Thus the probability of rolling a 13 is zero, as it cannot happen.If something has a probability of one, it must happen. Like the probability of rolling an odd or an even number with one roll of a pair of dice. Since any number we roll must be either odd or even, then the probability of rolling an odd or an even number with one roll of a pair of dice is one. An odd or an even number must turn up, and that is why the probability of rolling an odd or an even number with one roll of the dice is one. Lastly, we've seen that the probability of rolling a given number with one roll of the dice is the number of times that number might appear divided by the total number of possibilities that might appear.
The probability is 1 out of two. The primes you can roll are 2,3, and 5.
The probability that you roll a 3 or a 5 on one or both dice is 20/36 = 5/9
it might be 395,652,150,468,457,125,279,456,000,000 chanch to roll a prime number when a monkey appeares at the door
You cannot roll "a dice" because it is one die, many dice. If you roll an ordinary, 6 faced die, the probability that it will land on 1 is 1/6.
The probability of rolling a sum of 12 in a single roll of two dice is 1 in 36, or about 0.0278.
It is 1 (a certainty) if you roll it often enough. For a single roll of a fair die, the probability is 1/6.
The probability is 5/12.