# Math

A standard deck of cards is made up of four suits with 13 cards in each suit (total of 52 cards). If we randomly sample five cards from a standard poker deck, find the probability that all five cards selected are clubs.

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1. 13/52 * 12/51 * 11/50 * 10/49 * 9/48

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2. 13/52

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3. C(13,5) = 13!/(3!*10!) = 154440/120 = 1287

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4. 13/51

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