I own five different six-sided dice. Four of the dice are fair dice, meaning they have values 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. However, one of the dice is loaded; thus, it never shows 1, 2 or 3, but is equally likely to show the values 4, 5, or 6. For my experiment, I will pick up one random dice and roll it twice.
The first thing I would like to calculate is the probability of getting two sixes. To calculate this, I first calculated the probability of getting one six and multiplied it by two. Suppose $S$ = event that two sixes are rolled. $$P(S) = 2(\frac45(\frac16) + \frac15(\frac13)) = .4 $$ However, I am not sure if this is correct. I need to calculate this because I would also like to calculate $P(L|S)$ where L = event that a loaded die was picked. Additionally, I feel this is incorrect, because if I change the '2' to a '10' to calculate it for 10 rolls instead of 2, I get a value over 1 which makes no sense. To summarize, how can I calculate $P(S)$ properly so I can calculate $P(L|S)$?