What is the theoretical probability of rolling a factor of 6 on a die rolls 100 times?

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The theoretical probability of rolling something other than a factor of 6 in one roll is 2/6 or 1/3. So, the probability of rolling something other than a factor of 6 in 100 rolls is (1/3) 100. = 1.94*10.48. And therefore.the probability of rolling a
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