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Old 10-06-2016, 10:56 AM
Ignotus Ignotus is offline
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"A 6 is eliminated" isn't enough information to give an answer. On what basis is the 6 eliminated? Does it mean that sixes have a half-life, and you measure the odds of one still remaining after the first one has gone kablooey? Or does it mean that you randomly choose one of the combinations including at least one 6, and eliminate a 6 from it?