# A computer simulation tossed a 10-faced die 5 times. How many possible outcomes exist?

**Solution:**

Given 10-faced die is rolled 5 times

Let us consider a hexahedral die, it has 6 faces

there are 6 outcomes for the one die.

For a die rolled twice, there are 6^{2} or 36 outcomes.

For a die rolled thrice, there are 6^{3} or 216 outcomes.

So, the base is the number of faces and the exponent is a number of times it is rolled

Therefore, for a die of 10 faces, tossed 5 times, the sample space would contain 10^{5} possibilities.

## A computer simulation tossed a 10-faced die 5 times. How many possible outcomes exist?

**Summary:**

A computer simulation tossed a 10-faced die 5 times. There exist 10^{5} possible outcomes.

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