.... There are (4 choose 3)*(49 choose 2) hands with 3 aces . There are (52 choose 5) hands all together. So the probability...

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...rudimentary probability in a six-deck shoe, the probability of the dealer getting an

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... professor and TA. Follow these simple rules and you will

**ace**any class. 1) A little bit of studying every day is ...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 08/03/2010

...s requirements (you may want to look at a course catalog or simply ask your department about your ...out what the tests would be like, so I nearly aced the rest of them and still made the A...

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E= R/N E is your target event. R is the total number of ways that event can be achieved N is the total number of UNIQUE events that can be achieved 1a) E=8 or 2+6...

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...but your college might be different. Get a hold of your college catalog and look up its description. As far as Statistics, I...

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