I throw a dice 6 times. What are the odds of getting higher than 4 on at least 5 throws?
Can I write this as: ?
In other words..The odds of getting a 5 or 6, 5 times in a row..Plus the probability of getting it in the 6th throw?
So getting higher than 4 on 5 or 6 throws? Yes, the probability of getting 5 or 6 on one through is 2/6= 1/3 so the probability of throwing 5 or 6 6 consecutive times is . The probabilty of get 5 or 6 exactly 5 times is . The probabilty of either of those happening is the sum, .
Notice the "6" in that? That is because there are 6 different orders: YYYYYN, YYYYNY, YYYNYY, YYNYYY, YNYYYY, and NYYYY where "Y" means a 5 or 6 and "N" means not a 5 or 6.
(And, by the way, the word "dices" is a verb meaning "cuts something into small cubes". The word you want is "dice" which is itself the plural of the word "die".)
First I do not like the word odds and never use it. So I change it to probability.
Thus "What are the probability of getting higher than 4 on at least 5 throws?"
That means "getting a five or six at least five times out of six throws".
If you agree that is what it means, then the answer is:
Anyone stupid enough to fall for you scam deserves the outcome.
I can find no entry for you at MathGenealogy Project
So what equips you to tutor?
What does "Math major" mean? "actuarial science major" has very little to do with mathematics.
I live in a state in which it is illegal to call oneself a "blank" if one does not have a PhD in "blank".
I can thank my brother for that, "educational psychologist is not a psychologist".
Do you have a PhD?