Gr. 12 Data Management

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In playing poker, the likelihood of being dealt a particular hand depends on the number of ways in which that hand could have been dealt from the 52-card deck. Find the number of ways each hand could be dealt.

One pair (two cards of one face value and three cards of different face values, non matching the pair)

Cards: seven (hearts) seven (spades) queen (diamonds) ten (clubs) three (diamonds)

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    Answered below.

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    its a different question

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    Sorry, so it is.

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    This one's a lot easier. :-)

  • Gr. 12 Data Management -

    OK. I owe you an answer for that mistake, so try

    13C4 * (4C1)^3 * 4C2 * 4

    which also accords with Wikipedia's answer.

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    thanks, where did u get the wikipedia answer

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    Wikipedia. List_of_poker_hands

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