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## What is the expected score when the dice is rolled?

Mathwords: Expected Value. A quantity equal to the average result of an experiment after a large number of trials. For example, if a fair 6-sided die is rolled, the expected value of the number rolled is 3.5. This is a correct interpretation even though it is impossible to roll a 3.5 on a 6-sided die.

## What is the expected number of rolls to get a 6?

If you then take the expectation of that probability ( in other words how many times you expect to roll the die before you get a 6) is 1/p where p is the probability of rolling a 6. The probability of rolling a 6 will always be 1/6 since the experiment is independent. So the expected number of rolls will be 1/1/6=6.

## What is the expected number of times you roll a 5 immediately followed by a 6?

But the problem I solved did not have the answer as 42, the answer for the expected value to roll a 5 followed immediately by a 6 was 36.

## What is the expectation of the number of times you need to roll a fair die until you have seen every number?

(The numbers represent the order of the observed sides, not the values on the dice.) Adding all the expected number of rolls for each definition of success we get 14.7. So we expect to roll a die about 15 times on averageÂ before we observe all sides at least once.

## What is the expected value of rolling 2 dice?

The expectation of the sum of two (independent) dice is the sum of expectations of each die, which is 3.5 + 3.5 = 7. Similarly, for N dice throws, the expectation of the sum should be N * 3.5. If you’re taking only the maximum value of the two dice throws, then your answer 4.47 is correct.

## How do you calculate expectation?

The basic expected value formula is the probability of an event multiplied by the amount of times the event happens: (P(x) * n). The formula changes slightly according to what kinds of events are happening.

## How do you get 6 on dice?

If you want to roll the 1 or 6, simply cover the numbers that are on opposite sides and bowl away. However, be wary that there is always a chance the dice will land on its side, especially if you’re not accustomed to this rolling technique.

## What is the expectation of getting 5 on a roll of a dice?

Two (6-sided) dice roll probability table

Roll a… | Probability |
---|---|

4 | 6/36 (16.667%) |

5 | 10/36 (27.778%) |

6 | 15/36 (41.667%) |

7 | 21/36 (58.333%) |

## What is the expected number of rolls until you get a seven?

What is the average number of rolls to get 7? – Quora. Assuming 2 6-sided dice, the answer is 6 rolls. There are 6 ways you can get 7 with 2 dice – (1,6), (2,5), (3,4), (4,3), (5,2), (6,1).

## What is the expected number of times you’ll have to roll a fair 6 sided dice until you get two 6s in a row?

Two sixes, not adjacent

It’s expected that we’ll take, on average, six rolls to get the first six, then another six from that point to get the second six. The expected numer of rolls to get to two sixes is 12.

## What is the probability of rolling a 6 with 3 dice?

That is 2 out of the total of 6*6*6 = 216 possibilities, so the probability is 2/216 = 1/108 = 0.9259% under the usual assumptions (unbiased dice, independent outcomes). Originally Answered: The experiment is rolling a fair die 3 times.

## What is the expected number of throws including the last one which gives a 6?

… an average of 1.5 throws to see a 6.

## What is the expected number of times out of 60 rolls for a result of 3?

Hence, we may now calculate the expected number of successes (i.e. threes) according to the formula for the expectation of the binomial distribution. That is, So we see that the number of times we would expect the die to land with 3 up is indeed 10 out of 60.

## How many times do we have to roll a regular dice to be sure that at least one result will be repeated?

From the numerical results, we can see that if we want to have at least 95% probability of seeing all 6 faces, we need to roll at least 27 times.

## How many times do you have to roll a dice to get every number?

Originally Answered: How many times do I need to throw a dice to get all the sides at least once at average? Terry Moore’s answer is on the right track, but the actual answer is 14.7 (confirmed via simulation). Let be the number of rolls to get one of each.