A person is throwing the dice until it get a six. The person got it on the tenth throw. The probability for not getting the six on the first 9 throws is:
Expressed in percentage is 19,38%.
I calculate the decimal odds like this 100/(probability(%)). Which results 1:5.16.
It’s the math correct?
We tell the person the next two statement:
1.”There was 19.38% chance that you will not get a six in the first 10 throws”
2.”The odds of you non getting a six in the first 10 throws were 1:6.19”
Are the statement correct?