Answer :

**Concept Used:**

**Explanation:**

Possible outcomes of a dice = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6}

of the given six possible outcomes,

{1, 3, 5} are 3 odd number and {2, 4, 6} are 3 even

So, there is an equal possibility of coming an odd number and even number in every throw.

Given the probability of getting an even number = 2/5

∴The probability of getting an odd number = 1 – Probability of getting an even number

Given the dice is thrown 100 times

**∴** **Number of times an odd number obtained** **.**

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