There are 3 odd numbers, 1, 3 and 5 so the probability of getting an odd number is 3 out of 6 or 1/2. This can also be written as .5 of course.
That's zero. Unless you have 6 dice, (not 10 dice) you can't roll 6 numbers. Unlessyou mean the number six rolled on all 10 dice. That is 6/60
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The base being the bottom of a shape. A pyramid with a square base has 4 sides. A pyramid with a triangular base has 3 sides.
A number cube has 6 sides the sides are numberd 1 to 6if the cube is thrown oncewhat is the probability of rolling a odd number?
Chances=50% because on a 6 sided dice, as you have said, the sides are numbered 1,2,3,4,5 and 6. There are 3 even numbers and 3 odd numbers. Chances would be 3/6=50%
Think about it; there is a 1 of 6 chance it lands on a particular number, like 4. there are 3 even numbers; 2,4,6. 1/6 chance for 2, 1/6 chance for 4, 1/6 chance for 6. 1/6+…1/6+1/6=3/6 or 1/2. solve from there.
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Neither. Because there are six sides to a die, every time you toss the die, it has a 1/6 chance of coming up 1,2,3,4,5, or 6. Plus there is an equal number of odd and even num…bers, so you would have a 50% chance of getting an odd or an even number every time you roll the die.
The probability of rolling an odd number of a standard die is 3 in 6, or 1 in 2, or 0.5.
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.
Look at a 6 sided die. As the name implies, there are 6 sides. The sides are numbered 1,2,3,4,5, and 6. How many of those numbers are odd? Take that number and divide it by th…e total number of sides on the die. That will give you the probability of getting an odd number when rolling a single 6 sided die.
If they're the numbers I believe you're talking about, it's the squad and ambulance number. In NJ, rescue squads start with a 1 followed by two numbers. Then you'll have a hyp…hen and the ambulance number. So if you have squad 151, they may have 3 ambulances. These would be 151-1, 151-2, and 151-3.
No. A quadrilateral has FOUR sides ('quad' is latin for 4), and so it can only have four sides. A polygon can have as many sides as you want, be that number odd or even, but a… quadrilateral can only have four.
both. the chances are 50 50. because there are 3 even and odd numbers