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Originally Posted by octopus
It's 1/36. There is only one event that results in a 6 being on the other die of a pair when one 6 is removed and that is double 6s. Double 6s is 1/36 chance.

Not if one die is given to be a six.
Ok, the question is badly worded, so let's look at it another way. One of the dice has to be a six, right?
So let us toss two dice, one is normal the other has 6's on all faces. What is then the chance of the other die rolling a 6?