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- IntroductionTwo cards are picked without replacement from a standard deck of 52 cards.

Determine the probability that both cards are queens using:

a) the multiplication rule

b) combinatorics - 1.Three prizes are awarded in a raffle to a class of 25 students. Each student holds one ticket.a)If the raffle has three identical prizes, what is the probability that Amy, Ben, and Calvin are the 3 prize winners?b)What is the probability that Amy, Ben, and Calvin win first prize of $100, second prize of $20, and third prize of $5, respectively?
- 2.A class has 6 girls and 4 boys. A committee of 3 is to be randomly selected. What is the probability of each event?a)All 3 people selected are girls.b)Only 1 person selected is a girl.c)At least 2 people selected are boys.

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Probability

9.1

Introduction to probability

9.2

Determining probabilities using tree diagrams and tables

9.3

Probability of independent events

9.4

Probability with Venn diagrams

9.5

Addition rule for "OR"

9.6

Multiplication rule for "AND"

9.7

Conditional probability

9.8

Probability with permutations and combinations

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