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I roll a fair dice 7 times. What is the probability that all the six sides of the dice come up? How should I calculate this?

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Why to the power of 7? It doesn't matter what the last throw will appear to be what value because as long as all 6 sides have shown up?
sorry i misunderstood the question
6! / 6^6 * 1 = 720/46656 = 5/324 i'm not good at probability

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oh I see... Thanks for your help! :)
glad to help :)
By the way, should it be 7! or 6!?
6! i think
it's no. of choices
I see. I wondered because there are 7 throws and it seems like it could permutate to have higher chances?
but i did missed sth...please also times 6 to the answer
ie 5/54
why times another 6 to the answer?
ah... neglect the 6..
sorry :('s okay. Thanks. :)
welcome but you gotta check it.. i really did bad in probability!
no problem. Thanks. :)

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