Clearly it's equal to the number of possible derangements of the remaining 42 cards, divided by . The number of derangements of objects is the integer closest to , in this case . So the probability is
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A brand new standard deck of 52 playing cards comes with the cards arranged in a particular order. Before using them, the cards are shuffled. What is the probability that exactly 10 of the cards will remain in their original position?