Speaking of dice...

    When you roll a die, the chances of rolling a six is one in six. The chances of rolling a six twice in a roll is 36, and the chances of rolling a six three times in a row is an amazing one in 216.

    Let's assume you roll a die three times and get a six each time. Your chances of rolling a six this time are one in how many?

    I know, this is too easy...


    1 in 6 still

    1 in 6.

    My example is talking about the situation as a whole which I assume your's isn't?
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