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**Statistics**

**EXERCISE 15.** Two cards are to be drawn without
replacement from an ordinary deck of playing cards. What is the
probability a) that the first card to be drawn is a queen and the
second card is king? b) of drawing a combination of queen and king?
c) that neither of the two cards will be queen? d) that neither of
the two cards will be queen or a king? Answer. a) 16/2652.
b)32/2352. c) 2256/2652. d) 1892/2652.

Please provide your answer with an explanation and show your workings, thank you!

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