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Three squares are chosen at random from a standard 8 × 8 chessboard. What is the probability that no pair of squares shares an edge?

2. Given a standard shuffled deck of 52 cards, you flip through the deck starting at the top until you reach thefirstAce (A). What position does that A need to be in to give an equal probability of running into another A or a 2 after that? (we have not specified whether you have already seen a 2, or not, prior to flipping the first A).

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