The probability of a double-six in one throw of two die is 1/36 or 0.028.
If I threw a pair of die a hundred times would 3 (0.028 * 100) be
- The amount of times (3) I would get a double-six
- The probability (3%) of getting a double-six on all throws.
I have a feeling the correct answer is number 1, because intuitively the chance of getting a double six every time on a hundred throws seems to be a lot lower than 3%.
Please explain, as simply as you can, which is the correct understanding and why?