# math

if you draw two cards from a standard deck of 52 cards without replacement find:
a. P(King first, Jack second)
b. P( face card first, ace second)
c. P(2 aces

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1. a) prob(king first, Jack second)
= (4/52)(4/51) = 4/663

let me know what you get for the others

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