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A cable channel survey showed that about 50% of subscribers preferred watching a comedy to an action movie on Saturday nights. If you want to estimate the probability that exactly two of three randomly picked subscribers prefer watching an action movie on a Saturday night, how could you design a simulation for the scenario using a standard deck of playing cards?
Draw a card from a deck of standard playing cards three times, with face cards representing those who prefer a comedy and the other cards representing those who prefer an action movie.
Draw a card from a deck of standard playing cards three times, with the red suits representing those who prefer a comedy and the black suits representing those who prefer an action movie.
Draw a card from a deck of standard playing cards three times, with the face cards representing those who prefer an action movie and the other cards representing those who prefer a comedy.
Draw a card from a deck of standard playing cards three times, with the black suits representing those who prefer a comedy and the red suits representing those who prefer an action movie.

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