Yes that is correct.
It is simple binomal probability.
If a die is rolled 10 times, what is the probability that it lands on '6' exactly 5 times?
My approach:
There ways for the number '6' to turn up 5 times in 10 throws.
The probability of a '6' appearing after each throw is 1/6.
The probability of any other number turning up after each throw is 5/6.
So I have,
Am I thinking about this the right way? Thanks.