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A poker hand consists of 5 cards dealt at random without replacement from a standard deck of 52 cards of which 26 are red and the rest black. A poker hand is dealt. Find the chance that the hand contains three red cards and two black cards.

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number of ways to get 3 red cards = 2600 number of ways to get 2 black cards = 325 Total number of ways you could get 3 red and 2 black = 845,000
total number of possiblities in 5 card poker = 2,598,960
so answer = 845000/2598960 so around 32.5% chance

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thx great help
32.5%went wrong pls post crct ans plss
... 32.51 % is exactly right
but it went wrong to me .i thnk i should enter the % sign ?
plsss help me out
... if you dont want it as a percentage, type in 0.3251
hmmm k i will try
thanks it was crct

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