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## How do you read dice rolls?

The first die represents the tens digit, and the second die the ones digit. For example, a roll of 1 followed by a roll of 5 will give a total of 15, while a roll of 3 followed by a roll of 6 will give a total of 36. The average result of the D66 is 38.5, and the standard deviation about 17.16.

## How are DND dice rolls calculated?

Another option for finding the average dice roll is **to add all of the possible outcomes together then divide by the number of sides the die has**. For example, to find the average dice roll of 1d4 you would add 1, 2, 3, and 4 together and divide by 4. You would come out with 2.5.

## How many dice should I have for D&D?

To start playing, you only need one of each: the D4, D6, D8, D10, D12, and D20, but standard **7-dice sets** also include a second D10 which is used for percentile rolls.

## What is the notation used for rolling a 5?

**C** = a 5 is rolled on the second die. D = the sum of the dice is 7. E = ( 7 , 4 )

## How do you read a 10 sided dice?

Before rolling, choose one of the two dice to be your “tens” digit. Roll them, then arrange them in order (just like you were writing it down – tens to the left of ones). Read the number, that’s your answer. If you get a 0 in the **tens** spot, it means you rolled under 10.

## Why does a d10 have a 0?

The one with two digits is just telling you the tens digit, and the one with one digit is the ones digit. If you’re rolling only that die with 0, 10, 20, etc., then a 10 = a 1 and the 00 = a 10. 0 or 00 on a **d10 just means the highest number**.

## What is the average of 3 dice?

Now, calculating the average sum of 3 six-sided dice rolls is simple and intuitive, yielding a result of **10.5**, but when adding a 4th and dropping the lowest result, the average comes out to a (seemingly) strange irrational number of ~12.22.