1 dice, 1 roll, 1 box

One dice, one roll, one box

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Let’s suppose you have one dice and one single roll, each number counts. What is the outcome of the game if we roll many times and calculate the average of the scores?

The probabilistic value is:  (1+2+3+4+5+6) / 6 = 3.5

The chance to score a given number in one roll is 1/6 = 0.16

Let’s suppose for now that only those cases count when you score 1 (one). What is the outcome of the game?

The probabilistic value is (pv):  1 * 0.16 = 0.16…

What is the outcome of the game, if only those cases count when you score 6 (six) ?

The probabilistic value is(pv):  6 * 0.16 = 1

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