
Re: DICE manipulation

Posted:
Apr 11, 2019 10:26 AM



Thanks for your participation, mister "Flyordie"
I had both a subject and aim by writing. Fist of all you misunderstood the subject. The aim we can discuss later, when we have solved the math conclusion: Hope that´s all right?
You right in: The sample space is 36. Therefore the probability of getting a double is 6/36 in that there is 6 different doubles: 11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66.
You´re subject was: The probability of getting 3 RANDOM doubles in a row:
This is like you quoted: 1/6*1/6*1/6 = 1/216 =appr: 0,5% ex: 22, 33, 55 or 11, 22, 11
My subject was: The probability of getting 3 OF THE SAME doubles in a row:
This is like I quoted: 1/6*1/36*1/36=1/7776= appr: 0,01% ex: 11, 11, 11 or 22, 22, 22
1/6 because the fist doble can be any double 1/36 because after "choosen" a double the next shall be the same... and the next again the same
Let´s have an aggrement on this first of all, can we?
Yours BGdude

