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## What is the probability of rolling a 6 or 7 with two dice?

6 Sided Dice probability (worked example for two dice). Two (6-sided) dice roll probability table. Single die roll probability tables.

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Two (6-sided) dice roll probability table.

Roll a… | Probability |
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6 |
5/36 (13.889%) |

7 | 6/36 (16.667%) |

8 | 5/36 (13.889%) |

9 | 4/36 (11.111%) |

## What is the probability of getting a 7 when rolling 2 dice?

Probabilities for the two dice

Total | Number of combinations | Probability |
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4 | 3 | 8.33% |

5 | 4 | 11.11% |

6 | 5 | 13.89% |

7 | 6 |
16.67% |

## What is the probability of throwing a 6 on a dice twice?

What is the probability of rolling double sixes on your next roll? The answer is **1/36**.

## What is the probability of flipping tails and rolling a six?

Step-by-step explanation:

: When you flip a coin there are two possible outcomes (heads or tails) and when you roll a die there are six outcomes(1 to 6). Putting these together means you have a total of **2×6=12 outcomes**.

## What is the probability of rolling a total of 7 with two dice at least once in 10 rolls?

With the help of a calculator we find that we will not get a total of 7 on any of the first 10 rolls approximately 16.15% of the time. This implies that we will get a total of 7 on at least one of the first 10 rolls 100%−16.15%=**83.85%** of the time.

## What is the probability of getting a total of 5 or 9 or 11 when a pair of dice is rolled once?

If we want to calculate the probability of rolling, say, a five, we need to divide the number of ways to get 5 by the total possible combinations of two dice.

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What are the most likely outcomes from rolling a pair of dice?

Outcome | Probability |
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8 | 5/36 = 13.89% |

9 | 4/36 = 11.11% |

10 | 3/36 = 8.33% |

11 | 2/36 = 5.56% |

## How do you find the probability of rolling two dice?

If you want to know how likely it is to get a certain total score from rolling two or more dice, it’s best to fall back on the simple rule: **Probability = Number of desired outcomes ÷ Number of possible outcomes.**