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HELP ME! (deck of cards) Find the possibility that you can draw a perfect 21 in 2 cards

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    are there an choises

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    no there are not any

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    The probability of an ace on the first draw is 4/52. The probability of a 10 or a face card on the next draw is 16/51. The combined probability is the product of the two probabilities.

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