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Libniz

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  1. Libniz
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    a) 52*51 b) 13(4*3)

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    @satellite73

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    52×51 is correct for the first one.

  5. Libniz
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    as for b?

  6. CliffSedge
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    I think you're right, since there are only 3 possibilities to match the number and the suit has to be different, so 3 possibilities for the second card times the 52 possibilities for the first card.

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    @zarkon , when you come in ,can you look

  8. Libniz
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    was I right?

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    so If order didn't matter , do I just divide by 2 @zarkon

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