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Unformatted text preview: 5. Given a regular deck of 52 cards, how many 13 card hands are there, which have 3 pairs AND 3 other cards of the same rank (but different from the rank of the pairs), AND 4 remaining cards of the same rank (but different from the rank of the pairs, and the triplet)? Say 2D, 2H; 4S, 4C; 6S, 6H; AC, AH, AS; QH, QS, QC, QD is such a hand. (10 points) 6. You are given a deck of 60 cards, which has 10 ranks (from 1 through 10), and 6 suits, called red, blue, white, black, green and yellow. How many 4 card hands are there, in which all the suits and all the ranks are different? Say 2 yellow, 4 green, 5 white, 9 black is such a hand. (12 points) 1...
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course STOR 215 taught by Professor Lu during the Fall '07 term at UNC.
- Fall '07