## What is the probability of getting a sum of 6 from two throws of dice

Two dice. Assuming that the dice are unbiased or not " loaded". Each side has the same probability, is 1/ 6 to turn up when rolled.

The probability of getting sum = 3 is 2 /36. If I throw one die once the probability of getting any one of the six numbers is 1/ 6. stays the same, but that doesn't make sense since it should increase with more throws, right? Odds of Winning in Dice Game of Craps.

Solution. Total combination = 36. Combination to get the sum 5 in two throws of the dice = (2,3), (3, 2), Hence Probability = 436 =.

The probability of getting sum = 3 is 2 /36. If I throw one die once the probability of getting any one of the six numbers is 1/ 6. stays the same, but that doesn't make sense since it should increase with more throws, right? Odds of Winning in Dice Game of Craps.

Solution. Total combination = 36. Combination to get the sum 5 in two throws of the dice = (2,3), (3, 2), Hence Probability = 436 =.