# Chance dice

Kent's reasoning was, with one die, the chances of rolling a 6 were 1/6 which is correct. He also believed if he were to roll two dice, his chances were double this.

The chance to throw a 6 with one die is 1/6. And 6 times 1/6 = 1. So, if I throw with 6 dice, the chance to throw at least 1 six should be 1.

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The chance to throw a 6 with one die is 1/6. And 6 times 1/6 = 1. So, if I throw with 6 dice, the chance to throw at least 1 six should be 1.

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