Posted by **Matthew** on Monday, November 8, 2010 at 9:36pm.

a)One game in a state lottery requires you to pick 1 heart, 1 club, 1 diamond, and 1 spade, in that order, from the 13 cards in each suit. What is the probability of getting all four picks correct and winning $5000

b)If three of the four selections in part (a) are correct, the player will win $200. What is the probability of this outcome?

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