Question

The entire deck of 52 cards is dealt out to 4 players

Find the probability that one player receives 6 spades and another player receives 7 spades.

Answer #1

52 cards is dealt out to 4 players.

P(One player receive 6 spades and other player receive 7 spades)

=P(One player receive 6 spades) +P(Other player receive 7 spades)

=(6/52). (5/51) (4/50) (3/49) (2/48) (1/47) +(3*(7/46) (6/45) (5/44) (4/43) (3/42) (2/41) (1/40)

(3 is remaining players.)

=(4.91194841*10^{-8}) +(5.60489106*10^{-8})

=10.51683947*10^{-8}

The probability that one player receives 6 spades and another
player receives 7 spades is 10.51683947*10^{-8} or
(10.51683947*10^{-6} %).

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