suppose six 6-sided dice are rolled. the probability that all of the numbers rolled are distinct is:

suppose six 6-sided dice are rolled. the probability that all of the numbers rolled are distinct is:

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  1. The probability that all the numbers rolled are distinct is 0.015.

    What is probability?

    Probability is defined as the ratio of the number of favourable outcomes to the total number of outcomes in other words the probability is the number that shows the happening of the event.
    Probability = Number of favourable outcomes / Number of sample
    Given that suppose six 6-sided dice are rolled. The probability of the numbers rolled are distinct is calculated as,
    Probability = 6! / 6⁶
    Probability = ( 720 ) / ( 46656)
    Probability = 5 / 324
    P = 0.015
    Therefore, the probability that all the numbers rolled are distinct is 0.015.
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