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Consider the experiment of choosing the top 7 cards from a shuffled deck in two ways:
(a) Without replacement.
1. What is the sample space?
2. What is the probability that you get only red cards?
(b) With replacement.
1. What is the sample space? What is the probability that you get no spades?

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