**Answer:**

The experimental probability of rolling a 1 is:

The experimental probability of rolling a 2 is:

The experimental probability of rolling a 3 is:

The experimental probability of rolling a 4 is :

The experimental probability of rolling a 5 is :

The experimental probability of rolling a 6 is:

**Step-by-step explanation:**

We are given the occurrence of numbers on rolling a number cube as:

Number----Occurences

1---------------51

2--------------47

3--------------49

4--------------51

5--------------50

6--------------45

This means that the experimental probability of rolling a 1 is:

Ratio of number of times 1 come up and the total number of occurrence.

The total number of occurrence are: 51+47+49+51+50+45=293

This means that the experimental probability of rolling a 1 is:

Similarly we can solve for others.