# MATH 12

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two cards are drawn without replacement from a shuffled deck of 52 cards.
determine the probability of each event:
a) the first card is a heart and the second is the queen of hearts
b) the first card is the queen of hearts and the second is a heart

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Pr(h,qh)=1-pr(nohearts, not qhearts)= 1-(39/52)(50/51)

Pr(qH,h)=(1/52)(12/51)

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