Calculating the probability from a given situation.
Find the probability of the following of getting the bridge hand of 6 of one suit, 4 of another, and 3 of another.
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The probability of an event E is
P(E) = n(E) / n(S),
where n(E) is the number of outcomes of that event, and n(S) is the number of outcomes of the sample space.
In this problem, the event E is a bridge hand of 6 of one suit, 4 of another, and 3 of another; n(E) is the number of ways this could occur; and n(S) is the ...
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Probability is calculated.
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