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1. Paul collects baseball cards. He has 10 outfielders, 7 pitchers, 3 managers, and 5 infielders. If he grabs a card at random, what is the probability that he will grab an outfielder card?

a. 144
b. 216
c. 8
d. 72

2. If Hank flips one coin and rolls two dice, how many permutations are possible?

a. 2/5
b. 1/5
c. 10/27
d. 2/27

Help me please!

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