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If a person draws 2 cards at random from a standard deck of 52 cards, what is the probability that they get two aces?

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    no replacement after each draw?

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    assuming no replacement: (4/52)(3/51)=12/2652 =1/221

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    Thanks!

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    @eseidl is this correct 4C2 / 52C2

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    @satellite73

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    @Yahoo! yes, that works as well

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