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-Three cards are drawn from a standard deck of cards without replacement. what is the probability that all three cards will be clubs
f. 3/4
g. 11/850
h. 1/3
i. 36/153

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First card: 13 cards out of 52
second card: 12 cards out of 51
third card: 11 cards out of 50

Probability of all three happening:
(13/52)(12/51)(11/50)=?

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11/850

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