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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 ruleb)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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