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What is the probability of picking a queen and a jack in two draws fro

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What is the probability of picking a queen and a jack in two draws from a pack of 52 cards without replacing any card into the deck after picking it.

A)16/2652
B) 32/2652
C) 16/2704
D) 32/2704
E) 8/2652

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Re: What is the probability of picking a queen and a jack in two draws fro  [#permalink]

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What is the probability of picking a queen and a jack in two draws from a pack of 52 cards without replacing any card into the deck after picking it.

A)16/2652
B) 32/2652
C) 16/2704
D) 32/2704
E) 8/2652


since there are two draws
we can pick the card in 2 ways
queen, jack or jack,queen
so,
2(\(\frac{4}{52}\)) * (\(\frac{4}{51}\)) =\(\frac{32}{2652}\)
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