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question: Two cards are drawn in succesion and with out replacement from a deck of 52 cards. find the following

a. the number of ways in which we can obtain the ace of spades and the king of hearts, in that order.

b. The total number of ways in which 2 cards can be dealt.

c. the total number of ways in which 2 cards can be dealt with replacement; that is, the first card is drawn, recorded, and placed back in the deck, and then the second card is drawn and recorded.

  • algebra -

    I'm not sure what you are asking.

    a. There is only one way to first pick an ace of spades and then a king of hearts.

    b, c. Which 2 cards? The same ones?

    Repost your questions in clearer terms.

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