We find this number by multiplying 6x6. The logic is there are six sides to each die, so for each number on one die you can pair with six different numbers on the other die. Therefore, the probability of rolling a prime number on two dice is 15/36, which reduces to 5/12 (E).
There are 3 prime numbers between 1-6 that can produce a possible outcome. 2,3 and 4
the probability would be 3/6=1/2......
Apr 23rd, 2015
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