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Two cards are drawn from a single deck of 52 cards one after the other.

If the first card is not replaced, find the probability of selectin...

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Two cards are drawn from a single deck of 52 cards one after the other.

If the first card is not replaced, find the probability of selecting a King on the first draw and a Queen on the second draw.
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Amount of kings in a standard deck of 52 4 Amount of queens in a standard deck of 52 4 Probability of drawing a king on the first 4/52, or simplified 1/13 Probability of drawing a queen on the 2nd 4/51

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