The probability of rolling any number twice in a row is 1/6, because there are six ways to roll a specific number twice in a row (6 x 1/36).

## What is the probability of rolling the same number 5 times in a row?

Each individual die has a 1/6 probability of rolling a specific number. Rolling 5 dice gives you (1/6)^5. Thus the answer is **0.0001286**.

## What is the probability of rolling a 5 twice?

Assuming a fair die: The probability of getting a 5 in the first roll is **1/6**. The probability of getting a 5 in the second roll is 1/6. These are independent events.

## What is the probability of rolling a 1 on a standard die 5 times in a row?

3/6 times 3/6 times…. a total of 5 times. reduce you answer. a. (**1/6**)^{6}, since every roll does not depend on the previous outcome, and the probability of rolling 1 once is 1/6.

## What are the odds of Farkle with 6 dice?

Every individual die still has a 1 in 3 chance, so even with 6 dice, the probability of a 1 or 5 remains **33.33%**.

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One or Five.

Dice Left | Odds | Probability |
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3 | 6 in 18 | 33.33% |

2 | 4 in 12 | 33.33% |

1 | 2 in 6 |
33.33% |

## What is the probability of rolling a 4 twice?

No matter which way this is done the probabilites are the same. Rolling 1 die at a time, the probability of rolling a 4 twice in a row is (1/6)*(1/6) = **1/32**.

## Is rolling a die twice independent or dependent?

When the events do not affect one another, they are known as **independent events**. Independent events can include repeating an action like rolling a die more than once, or using two different random elements, such as flipping a coin and spinning a spinner.

## What is the probability of rolling a 1 on a 6 sided die?

Two (6-sided) dice roll probability table. Single die roll probability tables.

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Probability of rolling more than a certain number (e.g. roll more than a 5).

Roll more than a… | Probability |
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1 | 5/6(83.33%) |

2 | 4/6 (66.67%) |

3 | 3/6 (50%) |

4 | 4/6 (66.667%) |

## What are the odds of getting 5 sixes in a row?

Since each die is independent of the others, the probability of each die turning up a 6 is 1/6. For all five to turn up a 6 has probability of (1/6)^5 = **0.00013**.