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-- September 21, 2010 il~? Math 351 - Homework 6 Due in class on Thursday. 1. If you select eight cards from a standard deck of 52 cards, what is the probability you get two of one denomination, two of another denomination, three of a third denomination, and one other card? (j) I~~ 1. .f (I, .... Ulc4 r ~~,'-A' c.v-<- t.v/'i( ~ r~Cfb.el/) §{ jJ,'c:.I.< c...,. ..,f.s t;-o ... rL r~ q~~ o.f f-4- q ~~ c('f!!IIItO~I":". ~'4-,. LV /,~;t Cq;. .,t.r "( ..., /~~ .. " -? <f tf2 ~:,~ 9'''1 otc~;. . ctl! ~C"Vt'~ "tf/. ., C ~ ~ 7"1(': '-f C(./ ~ 'v ~ ~ ~) C ~ r!// r JV. .. ~ J c. q,. ...." J f'.N:1 w1 /t{" ~ c( ~ 41(. Ci 4( r" q, ;::; e., . . , ~/(;£ q. c ~ ".? Ci t:(~.l!fo"""rr. ., O~f>"1 q trr /'. .ef! ~/~". ~ 2. Say we have eight carnival wheels (numbered from 1 to eight). Each of them, when spun, can land on
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