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The probability of rolling the same number on five dice is (1/6)4, or about 0.0007716.

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0There 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 of not rolling a sum of six with two fair dice is 1 minus the probability of rolling a sum of six. There are 36 permutations of rolling two dice. Of these, five sum to six, 1+5, 2+4, 3+3, 4+2, and 5+1. The probability, then of rolling a sum of six is 5 in 36. The probability, then of not rolling a sum of six is 31 in 36, or about 0.8611.

Rolling the dice once will result in any one of the six numbers having the same probability of being up. The probability of getting a '5' = 1/6, the same as getting a '1.' ============================

There is a 4 in 6 (or 2 in 3) probability of rolling a number less than a five on a standard number cube.

There is insufficient information in the question to properly answer it. "Getting a number under five doing what?" rolling dice? turning a spinner? drawing a card? Please restate the question.

There are 36 permutations of two dice. Of these, 6 have a sum less than five, 1+1, 1+2, 1+3, 2+1, 2+2, and 3+1. The probability, then, of rolling a sum less than five on two dice is 6 in 36, or 1 in 6, or about 0.1667.

The probability of rolling the same number six times on a standard die is (1 in 6)5 or 1 in 7776, or about 0.0001286. The reason the exponent above is five instead of six is that the probability of rolling "some" number on one die is 1, so you need to look at the probability of the other five dice matching the first die. It would not matter if you rolled one die six times, or six dice one time. The odds are the same.

The probability is 120/7776 = 0.0154, approx.

if you multiply the number of rolls you did you will get the answer

It depends upon how you are picking these numbers. Let's say you are rolling two dice. The probability of rolling 2 fours is 1 in 36. The probability of exactly 1 five is 10 in 36, while the probability of at least 1 five is 11 in 36. The probability of exactly 1 six is 10 in 36, while the probability of at least 1 six is 11 in 36. The probability of at least 1 five or 1 six is 19 in 36. The probability of exactly 1 five or six is 15 in 36. So no matter how you look at it, with dice rolling, the probability of 1 five or 1 six is bigger than the probability of 2 fours. However, if you are picking numbers from a hat, then the probabilities are different.

The odds of rolling five of a kind with five dice is 1 in 1296. The first die is going to roll something, so the odds are 1 in 1. Each of the other dice have a probability of 1 in 6 of matching the first die, so the resultant probability is (1 in 1) times (1 in 6) to the fourth power.

The probability that there will be EXACTLY one five when four dice are rolled is 500/1296 = 125/324, or about 38.58%. The odds are 199 to 125 against, or about 8 to 5. The probability that there will be AT LEAST one five when four dice are rolled is 671/1296, or about 51.77%. The odds are 625 to 671 against, or about 14 to 15.

There are 36 permutations of rolling two standard dice. Of them, four (1+4, 2+3, 3+2, and 4+1) sum to five, and three (6+4, 5+5, and 4+6) sum to ten. The probability, then of rolling a multiple of five is 7 in 36, or about 0.1944.

Zero. If you roll five dice, you cannot get six 6s.

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.

The probability to get a 12, with two dice, is 1/36.

If two twelve side fair dice are rolled, there are 144 possible outcomes. Of those 144 outcomes, there are four (1-4, 2-3, 3-2, and 4-1) that add up to five, So the probability of rolling a sum of five is 4 in 144, or 1 in 36.

the probability is denoted: (1/6)x(1/6)=1/36

There are 36 permutations of rolling two dice. Of these, there are five that add up to a sum of 8...6+25+34+43+52+6This translates to an event (or sample) space of {62, 53, 44, 35, 26}.The probability, then, of rolling a sum of 8 on two dice is 5 in 36, or about 0.1389.

Rolling a single die: Six values are possible. Only five is divisible by five; both three and six and divisible by three; making three possibilities. Therefore, the required probability is 3/6 = 0.5.

The probability would be that of independently rolling a five once, multiplied by the same probability for a second time.The two rolls are treated independently with P(5) = probability of rolling a single '5' = 1/6.P(5,5) = Probability of rolling one 5 and then another 5, out of two rollsp(5,5)=p(5 AND 5)=p(5)*p(5)=(1/6)*(1/6)=1/36So it's 1/36, or 0.0278

One die: There are six possibilities and five of them are less than six. Therefore, the probability is 5 out of 6 or 5/6.

With fair regular dice, the answer is 4/36 = 1/9

A single roll of 2 dice can come up in (6 x 6) = 36 ways. A sum of five is made with 1 and 4, 4 and 1 2 and 3, 3 and 2 four out of the 36. The probability is (4/36)= 1/9 on each roll. If each roll is perfectly random, then the probability of getting a 5 in 9 rolls is 100%.

uummm!!!! The probability would maybe close to 5 or 4. * * * * * The answer is clearly incorrect because the probability of an event cannot be greater than 1. The actual probability, assuming the dice are fair, is 4/36 = 1/9 = 11.11...%

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