You have a standard deck of 52 cards. How many possibilities are there if your turn 6 cards over one by one in the order: an ace, a king, an Ace, a King, an Ace, and a King?
I am trying to help my friend out with his homework but its been so long since I have messed with permutations, combinations, and probability that I am blanking on remembering how to do it. Any help would be greatly appreciate for us. Thanks.
Ok, well that makes sense now since I have use that one king and ace and can't use that one again so it is one less each time. Thanks for that, helped out a lot. We have a ton more of these too do but we just need help on these next two and we should be able to do the rest since they are similar.
You have a standard deck of 52 cards. How many possibilities are there if your turn 6 cards over one by one in the order: an ace, a king, an Ace, a King, an Ace, and a King and each next king is the same suit as the ace before it?
You have a standard deck of 52 cards. How many possibilities are there if your turn 6 cards over one by one in the order: an ace, a king, an Ace, a King, an Ace, and a King and at least one of the kings is NOT the same suit as the ace before it?
Ok, thanks that help us out a lot. We have now successfully finished all the problems with your help except for one last one that is stumping us.
You have a standard deck of 52 cards. You pick a card, look at it, and return it back to the deck. You pick a card 6 times, but you have a bad memory and the only thing you remember are the suits of the picked cards, not even the order. How many possibilities are there?
How many possibilities are there that you pick a card 6 times, look at it, and return it back to the deck; but you only remember the suits of the picked cards and not even the order.
Thats the best I can rephrase it lol as I don't really understand what I am looking for either.