Total | Number of combinations | Probability |
---|---|---|

6 | 5 | 13.89% |

7 | 6 | 16.67% |

8 | 5 | 13.89% |

9 |
4 |
11.11% |

## How many ways can you roll a 9?

When you roll the dice, identify the result as R#B#. The ways to get a sum of 9 are then R3B6, R4B5, R5B4, and R6B3, a total of **four ways**. If you made a list of all the possible outcomes, you would find a total of 36, from R1B1 to R6B6. So the probability of rolling a total of 9 is 4/36 =1/9.

## What is the experimental probability of rolling a sum of 9?

The experimental probability of rolling a sum of 9 is **2/5**. When rolling two number cubes, there are 36 possible outcomes. The theoretical probability of rolling a sum of 9 is 4/36 or 1/9. Since 1/9 is not close to 2/5, the experimental probability is not close to the theoretical probability.

## What is the probability that the numbers add up to 9?

There are 36 possible outcomes. Of those, the ones that total 9 are 3-6, 6-3, 4-5, or 5-4. That makes 4 out of 36. So the probability of getting a total of 9 by throwing 2 dice is 4/36 or **1/9**.

## Is 27 a multiple of 9 yes or no?

The first ten multiples of 9 are 9, **18**, 27, 36, 45, 54, 63, 72, 81, 90.

## What is the probability that the sum is less than or equal to 9 in three rolls of a die?

1+2+6 in any order (there are 3!= 6 ways to arrange 3 different objects.) Out of 216 possible outcomes, **25** of them sum to 9. There are 6^3 = 216 possible outcomes after fair rolling of 3 fair dies.

## What is the probability of getting 9 in a single throw of die?

P(of getting a total of 9 or 11) = **1 / 6**.