Originally Posted by

**newyorkcitylivin** @SlipEternal, Okay so is this correct?:

Numbers that you can roll that result in winning at least $1 for a single roll: four ($1), five ($1), and six ($4)

The probability of that is therefore 3/6. So then you do 3/6 x 3/6 = 9/36 = 1/4. The answer is D.

Can you tell me why my original answer was incorrect too?

I first found the probability of winning nothing and then subtracted 1 from it. So, numbers that you can roll that result in winning nothing for a single roll: one, two, or three

The probability of that is therefore 3/6. So then I did 1 - (3/6 x 3/6) = 3/4 or .75