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Is there a way to calculate, say, the probability of a dice landing on an 11, given that the binomial probability of getting exactly six elevens in 100 tosses is 24.6%?

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Is there a way to calculate, say, the probability of a dice landing on an 11, given that the binomial probability of getting exactly six elevens in 100 tosses is 24.6%?

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yes … call the probability of one 11 p …

then what is the formula for the probability of six 11s in 100 ?

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