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given a deck of ten cards numbreed one through ten ,whats the probability of selecting an even card, not replacing it in the deck , and then selecting a five

given a deck of ten cards numbered one through ten, whats the probability of selecting an even card, not replacing it in the deck ,and then selecting a five
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