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In a game show, cards are displayed showing different prizes. There are 10 cards showing a car, 10 cards showing a holiday trip, and 20 cards showing a house. If the host selects 6 cards in succession without replacement, what is the probability of getting 3 cards showing a car, followed by 2 cards showing a holiday trip, and finally, 1 card showing a house?

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