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you are dealt a hand of five cards from a standard deck of playing cards. find the probability of being dealt a hand consisiting of (a)four-of-a-kind (b)a full house, which consists of 1 three-of-a-kind and 1 two-of-a-kind (c)three-of-a-kind (the other two cards are different from each other) (d)two clubs and one of each other three suits.

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