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Posted by **terry** on Saturday, March 13, 2010 at 5:22pm.

a)both cards are the seven of diamonds,

b)the first card is a heart and the second a spade.

c)one card is from a black suit and other is from a

red suit

d) at least one card is a queen

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**bobpursley**, Saturday, March 13, 2010 at 5:31pmI will do two:

b) Pr= 13/52 * 13/52

d)Pr(one a queen)= pr(two queens)+pr(one queen)

Pr(QQ)+Pr(QN)+Pr(NQ)

4/52*4/52 + 4/52*48/52 + 4/52*48/52

= (16+2*4*48)/52*52=.148 check it.

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