How many 5 card poker hands consisting of 3 aces and 2 kings are possible with an ordinary 52-card deck?
Answer choice: a).12 b).288 c).6 d).24

I got 24 is that correct?

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  1. Number of possible 3-ace combinations = 4. Number of possible 2-kings combinations = 4!/2!2! = 6.

    The answer is the product, which is 24.

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