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**Dice Probability Calculator**

A probability is a means of stating facts or principle that a certain event will come about or has occurred. Nowadays, this field is not only used in mathematics, this is pretty useful in terms of gambling, finance, science, statistics, as well as philosophy. The probability theory is a branch of mathematics that pertain the analysis of the random phenomena.

Here is the basic equation for the probability of an event:

P (A) = The Number of Ways an Event Can Occur

The Total Number of Possible Outcomes

Random variables and events are the main objectives of the practice of probability theory; they aim to predict the outcomes of certain events that might occur such as the chances of an Ace of Hearts occurring in the dealer’s hand in poker. Or the probability of the color red appears in the roulette with four color choices including green, yellow, red, and blue.

One way to know these odds is by using the Dice Probability Calculator. This calculator computes the chances on which the odds of a specific outcome appears. Here’s how the calculator works. For example if you want to know the odds of an even number in rolling a die. In the first box, you must enter the number of sides the die has which is six. Next, is by entering how many odd numbers there are in a die and that would be three. Lastly, you will have to enter the number three also which is the amount of even numbers in the die. When you click the calculate button, it will not only give the odds of an even number occurring but as well as the chances of an odd number occurring. It will give these probabilities: odds that event A occurs, odds that event A does not occur, chances that event B occur, chances that event B does not occur, probability that both events A&B occurs, probability that either of events occur, and the conditional probability.

For example a man wants to know the chances of seeing his friend on a weekday. So he enters the total number of outcomes which is 7 representing the days in a week. Next is by entering the number of weekdays which is 5. This is represented as Event A. Lastly is by entering the number of days in the weekend which is 2. This is represented as Event B. By clicking calculate button, the results comes up in this order. Chances that event A occurs: 0.714 or 71%, Chances that event A does not occur: 0.286 or 28%, Chances that event B occurs: 0.286 or 28%, Chances of event B not occurring: 0.714 or 71%, Chances that both the events will happen: 0.204 or 20%, Chances that either of the events may occur: 0.796 or 79%, and the conditional probability is 0.713 or 71%.

There still many occurrences on which you can use the probability calculator to calculate the chances it happens, just feel free to use this so you can learn the general understanding of the probability theory.

Our free calculators are digital devices that were built to perform specific calculations for various tasks. They were designed to work just like regular calculators with two goals in mind – to provide you with the necessary information and to help you to make better choices in life.