A deck of 52 cards is mixed well, and 5 cards are dealt.What is the probability that a hand will consist entirely of a single suit?

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A deck of 52 cards is mixed well, and 5 cards are dealt.What is the probability that a hand will consist entirely of a single suit?

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taking 1 card at a time P(say Spade) = 1/4 ( because there are 13 spades out of 52) 2nd card P(spade) = 12/51 3rd card = 11/50 so can you tell me the next 2 probabilities of getting a spade?
10/49 and 9/48??
right now as all these probabilities are independent to get P(5 spades) you multiply them all together

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1/4 * 12/51 * 11/50 * 10/49 * 9/48

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