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In a card game using a normal deck of playing cards containing 52 cards, 13 cards are dealt to a player.

a) how many different combinations of cards are possible in that players hands?

b) how many different hands are possible that consist ofnine spades and four clubs. Then leave t in factorial form.

for a i am thinking p(52,13)
and b i am not oo sure how to answer that.

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