# How many times a double comes up when throwing 2 dice?

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when you roll 2 dice at the same time, there are 36 possible outcomes (6^2). There are 6 possible outcomes where you have a double: (1,1), …, (6,6). At any given throw, you have 1 chance out of six to get a double (6/36).

## How many doubles can you get with two dice?

There are 36 outcomes for a pair of dice. There are 6 possible doubles.

## How many times can a double come out when your roll a pair of dice?

When throwing a pair of dice, since each die has six possibilities, there are 36 outcomes. Also, there are 6 ways of getting a double (such as two 4s). So the probability of getting a double is .

## What is a double when throwing dice?

Dice Rules

In order to make a move, two dice are rolled by the player. The player adds up the total on the top face of each die. The result is the number of spaces they move. If the dice show the same number on each, it is called Doubles.

## What are the odds of rolling a double 1?

The chances of rolling doubles with a single toss of a pair of dice is 1 in 6. People want to believe it’s 1 in 36, but that’s only if you specify which pair of doubles must be thrown.

## How many ways can you roll a 8 with two dice?

Below you see the ways you can roll 8 with 2 dice. There are 5 ways to roll an two dice with the sum of 8.

## What are the odds of rolling double sixes 3 times in a row?

Since there are six sides to a die, you multiply the (1/46656) by 6 to find the probability of rolling the same doubles 3 times in a row. That would be 6/46656, or about 0.013% of the time.

## What is the probability of getting two six in rolling a die 4 times?

Originally Answered: What is the probability of getting 6 at least two times in throwing a fair dice 4 times? The probability of getting 6 in each throw is [4C2. (1/6)^2x(5/6)^2]. This is by Beysian, when probability of success is known as estimation.

## Which is more likely never getting a 6 when rolling a fair die six times or never getting a double 6 when rolling a pair of fair dice 36 times?

More likely is never getting a double 6 when rolling a pair of fair dice 36 times. Because the probability of getting 6 with one die rolled 6 times is 1/6. 