The last die may have six values. For each of these six values, the second- to-last die may have six values. Thus, we have 6·6 = 36 possible outcomes for the last two dice. By extension, we have a total of 65 = 7776 possible outcomes for all five dice.

## How many different outcomes are possible for 5 rolls of a die?

Everytime you roll a die, 1 of 6 outcomes comes up. So for every die rolled there is 6 outcomes. Each roll is independent of the roll before, so for 5 rolls there are 65=**7776 outcomes**.

## How many possible outcomes are there when 5 dice are rolled in which at least one dice shows 6?

= P(A) + P(B) – P(A and B) Let’s assume we are rolling five fair six-sided dice, numbered 1 through 6. The total number of possible outcomes of a roll of five dice is 6^5 = **7,776**.

## How many outcomes are there for rolling a 6 sided die 4 times?

To get the probability of this, divide by the total possible number of ways to roll 4 dice. Since each dice has 6 possibilities, there are 6x6x6x6 = **1296 ways**.

## How many ways are there to roll either a 6 or a 12 with two dice?

**How many** total combinations are possible from **rolling two dice**? Since each die has **6** values, **there** are **6**∗**6**=36 **6** ∗ **6** = 36 total combinations we could get.

## How many possible ways are there to roll 4 dice?

I believe there are **126 combinations** with 4 dice.

## What is the probability of rolling a 4 and then rolling a 5 on a pair of dice?

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

Roll more than a… | Probability |
---|---|

3 | 3/6 (50%) |

4 | 4/6 (66.667%) |

5 | 1/6 (66.67%) |

6 | 0/6 (0%) |

## What are the odds of rolling all sixes with 5 dice?

Each die is independent, so the probability of getting all sixes is simply **(11/36)5**.

## What is the probability of rolling a 5 and then rolling a second 5 on a pair of dice?

There is a 16 probability of getting a 2 on the first roll and **a 16 probability** of getting a 5 on the second roll.