2 cards are randomly drawn frm a deck of 52 cards.find the probability that both cards will be greater then 3 but less than 8?

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2 cards are randomly drawn frm a deck of 52 cards.find the probability that both cards will be greater then 3 but less than 8?

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how many cards fit the bill? 4,5,6,7 of each suit, so 16 in total. the probability first card fits this restriction is \[\frac{16}{52}\] and the probabilty the second card does GIVEN THE FIRST CARD DOES
is \[\frac{15}{51}\]
answer is \[\frac{16}{52}\times \frac{15}{51}\]

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it is without replacement?
drawing two cards is without replacement right? first card, then second card
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any good site forpracticing probability?

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