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### What’s the probability of rolling a 6 on a dice?

The probability of rolling a six on a fair six-sided die is 1/6, or approximately 16.67%. This is because there is one favorable outcome (rolling a six) out of the six possible outcomes (rolling a one, two, three, four, five, or six). Each outcome on a fair six-sided die is equally likely, so the probability is 1/6.

### Whats the chance of rolling all same numbers on 5 dice?

When rolling 5 fair six-sided dice, you can calculate the probability of getting all the same numbers (a specific number) by considering the total number of possible outcomes and the number of favorable outcomes.

Each die has 6 faces, so the total number of outcomes for 5 dice is
6^{5}, which is 7,776. This is because for each face on the first die, there are 6 possible outcomes on the second die, and so on.

The number of favorable outcomes (getting all the same numbers) is 6, as there are 6 possible outcomes: all ones, all twos, all threes, and so on up to all sixes.

Therefore, the probability of rolling all the same numbers on 5 dice is
6/6^{5}, which is 1/6^{4}, or approximately 0.0001286, or about 0.01286%.