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The Cards Problem If four cards are selected from a deck of 52 cards at random, what is the probability that the 4 cards will have the same denomination? Introduction to Probability Theory – p.2/15
The Cards Problem If four cards are selected from a deck of 52 cards at random, what is the probability that the 4 cards will have the same denomination? Solution: Once the first card is selected, the other three will have to have whatever denomination the first one had. Thus the probability is P ( E ) = 52 · 3 · 2 · 1 52 · 51 · 50 · 49 Introduction to Probability Theory – p.3/15

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The Cards Problem 2 If four cards are selected from a deck of 52 cards at random, what is the probability that the 4 cards will have different denominations? Introduction to Probability Theory – p.4/15
If four cards are selected from a deck of 52 cards at random, what is the probability that the 4 cards will have different denominations? Solution:

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