There are 6 ways we can roll doubles, or a probability of or 1/6, on any roll of two fair dice. So you have a probability of rolling doubles with 2 fair.
That's right. The easier approach would be to calculate the chance of not rolling a 6 - that's just 5 6 for the first die, and 5 6 for the second die.
Date: at From: Emily Sharp Subject: Probability of dice I know I learned the probability of rolling certain numbers with two dice last year, but Sum of 5 or 7: Dice Probability. More than two dice. But we need all dice to get. There is a better way to calculate. New animated video showing how to calculate standard deviation. Maybe I can do so. Just wanted to double check :. Yes indeed, you've got them all.