Precalculus

Four cards are randomly drawn from a standard deck of 52 cards. Find each probability.

a. P(1 ace and 3 kings)
b. P(2 odd and 2 face cards)

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  1. assuming no replacement, and order does not matter,
    (a) 4! * 4/52 * 4/51 * 3/50 * 2/49 = 0.00035
    (b) 4!/2!2! * 20/52 * 19/51 * 12/50 * 11/49 = 0.046

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