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    Two cards are drawn from single deck of 52 cards one after the other.

    - Find the probability of selecting a king from the first card.

    - If the first card is king and the card is not replaced, what is the probability of selecting a king from the second card?

    - Find the probability of selecting a king from the first card and a queen from the second card without replacing the first card.

    - Find the probability of selecting a jack from the first card and queen from the second card with replacement.

    - Find the probability of selecting 6 or 7 in the first draw and 8 or 9 in the second draw without replacement.

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    The solution gives detailed steps on calculating probability under the condition of with replacement and without replacement.

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