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six cards are drawn without succesion and without replacment of a 52 card deck how many sets of 6 are possible??

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  1. anonymous
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    i know this i just cantt think of how to start the problem lol

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    lol:)

  3. anonymous
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    do u know slope intercept form?

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    nooo

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    haha well it was worth an ask(:

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    :)

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    you're choosing 6 from 52, and order doesn't matter here. 52 choose 6 is 52!/(46!*6!)

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    have you learned the formula for nCr?

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