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Karen, Gavin, Nasra, and Ali each have a deck of playing cards. Each student randomly draws a card from the deck. Find the probability of these events:

a) Each student draws a club.

b) Karen draws a red card, Gavin draws a king, Nasra draws a black card, Ali draws the 2 of clubs.

C) Karen draws a heart, Gavin draws a heart, Nasra draws a face card, and Ali draws an ace.

I don't understand this please help!

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    If the events are independent, the probability of both/all events occurring is determined by multiplying the probabilities of the individual events. How many of each are in the deck?

    a) (13/52)^4 = ?

    b) (26/52)(4/52)(26/52)(1/52) = ?

    c) I'll let you do this one.

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