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Two cards are drawn with replacement from a standard deck of 52 playing cards. Find the probability that the first card is a king and the second is a diamond.

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  1. mebs
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    For the first card picked There Are 4 kings in a deck. So its C{52 4) 52 Choose 4 then put of the 4 cards we want 1 so C{4 1 }. The next card is a diamond so there are 13 diamonds in a deck. So its C{52 13) 52 Choose 13 then we want one diamond so C{13 1}. This is all divided by the total number of outcomes. I think this is right.

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