Find p full house and p straight solution the sample

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Unformatted text preview: . . . , 13C, 1D, 2D, . . . , 13D, 1H, 2H, . . . 13H, 1S, 2S, . . . , 13S }. Here C, D, H, or S stands for the suit of a card: “clubs,” “diamonds,” “hearts,” or “spades.” Suppose five cards are drawn at random from the deck, with all possibilities being equally likely. In the terminology of the game of poker, a FULL HOUSE is the event that three of the cards all have the same number, and the other two cards both have some other number. For example, the 1.4. PROBABILITY EXPERIMENTS WITH EQUALLY LIKELY OUTCOMES B c B 14,16,23,25 32,34,41,43, 52,56,61,65 12,21,36,45, 54,63 13,26,31,35, 11,22,44,55 46,53,62,64 Cc 17 A c 15,24,42,51 33,66 A Cc C Figure 1.3: Karnaugh map for the roll of two fair dice and events A, B, and C. outcome {1D, 1H, 1S, 2H, 2S } is an element of FULL HOUSE, because three of the cards have the number 1 and the other two cards both have the number 2. STRAIGHT is the event that the numbers on the five cards can be arranged to form five consecutive integers, or that th...
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