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There are: . possible hands.2) Use combinations in answering each of the following questions

and change your answers to the form where is rounded to an integer.

A seven-card hand is dealt from an ordinary deck.

There are: .13 Clubs, 13 Diamonds, and 26 Others.What is the probability that:

(a) the hand contains exactly two Clubs and three Diamonds?

We want: . .2 Clubs, 3 Diamonds, and 2 Others.

There are: . ways.

The probability is: .

There are: .4 Aces, 48 Others.b. the hand contains exactly three Aces?

We want: . 3 Aces, 4 Others.

There are: . ways.

The probability is: .