Rolling Dice Six dice are rolled. Find the probability that two of them show a four.
The probability that two of the six dice rolled show a four.
Six dice are rolled.
For a binomial experiment with two outcomes with outcome of success in each trial equal to ,
The probability of successes in trials is equal to
( successes in trials)
Interpret this problem as a binomial experiment with two outcomes: a dice shows a four or a dice does not show a four.
All number on the dice are equally likely to show up. We get
Probability of success,
Number of trials,
Problem asks probability for two successful trials
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