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If you had a deck of 52 cards and you were to pick two cards with the expectation of choosing a spade, knowing that there are 13 cards in every suit. If the first time you were not able to put the card back, what would be the probability of choosing a spade?
In the second scenario, if you had the option of choosing two cards and you were able to replace both, what would be your probability of choosing a spade?
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