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Sara selects two cards at random from a standard deck of 52 cards. Which of the following could be used to calculate the probability that she will select two numbered cards if she replaces the first card before selecting the second? Note: For this problem, face cards and aces are not numbered cards. 36/52 * 35/51 36/52 * 35/52 36 / 52 * 36/52 36/52 * 36/51

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    jack x 4 + queen x 4 + king x 4 + ace x 4 faces = 16 52 -16 = number of face cards = 36 number cards. It is (36/52) * (36/52) since she replaces the card before getting the next

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    Thank you so much @3psilon :)

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    My pleasure :)

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