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## PLEASE HELP You roll a six-sided dice. What is the probability that the first roll is a 6, and the second one is a 3

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You roll a six-sided dice. What is the probability that the first roll is a 6, and the second one is a 3

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There would be a 1/36 chance of rolling a 6 then a 3 consecutively on a 6-sided die

Because the chance of rolling each of the numbers individually would be 1/6, and you are trying to roll 2 specific numbers in a row on a single die, you can simply multiply 1/6 by 1/6 to get your answer.