This page calculates the probability of observing a minimum of K consecutive successes in N trials, where p is the probability of success on each trial.
Using the numbers already filled in below, the result is the chance of rolling 'snake eyes' three times in a row using two dice. Snake eyes refers to both die showing one pip. The probability of success on each toss is 1/36 = 0.027777
Press the Calculate button to run the calculation, then freely enter other problems and values.
Arthur R. Kopp