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**.