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Math
351

Homework
6
Due
in
class
on
Thursday.
1.
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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
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