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Don't you think that the first, second, and the third throws are independent of each other?

1,2, and 3 are different

need to use conditional probablity , i dont know how they affect

They don't. The probability is 1/6.

1/6 for which ?

but i need to solve this by conditional probablity

if 4 had occured in 1st or 2nd place then

will it would have been 1/4 as usual

lol m getting confused