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This assignment has question related to probabiltiy.

Questions given on probabiltiy.

Consider 52 card Decherd lied out in a row.

what's the probability,

1 - there is not ace in 1st 4 card?

2 - there's not 2 in 2nd 4 card?

3- there is not 3 in the 3rd 4 card?... there is not k in last 4 card?

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