# Probability of rolling a 2 on a die

**Rolling**a number less than 5

**on a die**. (b) Tossing heads on a fair coin. (c) Drawing an ace from an ordinary 52-card deck. Solution. (a) The

**probability of rolling**a number less than 5 is 4 6 and that

**of rolling**5 or 6 is

**2**6. Thus, the odds in favor

**of rolling**a number less than 5 is 4 6 ÷

**2**6 =

**2**1 or

**2**:1 (b) Since P(H) = 1

**2**and P(T) = 1

**2**.

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**probability**1/

**2**to come up heads or tails, ... When the 2nd

**die**is

**rolled**, there are only 5 possible sides which will be consistent with our criterion that no two

**die**land the same. When the 3rd

**die**is

**rolled**, it must land with a face different from

**die**one and two; there are 4 possibilities..

**probability of rolling**one six-sided

**die and obtaining the following numbers**?

**a. 2**b. 1 or

**2**c. An even number d. Any number but a 6.

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**probability of rolling**a "

**die**" with 12 sides. I tried to write down a simulation of the process to get a sense of how it Press J to jump to the feed. Question. Transcribed Image Text: Suppose you roll a special 6-sided

**die**. What is the

**probability**that the number rolled is a "1" OR a "

**2**"? Round answer 4 places after the decimal if needed. Question Help: Message instructor 19 Submit Question Type here to search O E & M 9 e F1 F5 F6 CE 1 !.

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**Probability**With a Single

**Die Probability**With a Single

**Die**1 ) Find the

**probability of rolling**a 5 or greater. _____

**2**) Find the

**probability of rolling**factors of 3. _____ 3 ) Find the

**probability of rolling**factors of 12. _____ 4 ) Find the

**probability of rolling**divisors of 20. _____ 5 ) Find the

**probability of rolling**an odd prime number.