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    1. Assume you have five cards are chosen from a standard deck of 52 playings cards. How many hands contain four aces?

    2.You have 15 computer monitors, of which three are defective. If you randomly chooses five monitors, how many different sets can be formed that consist of three non-defective and two defective monitors?

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    1. Assume you have five cards are chosen from a standard deck of 52 playings cards. How many hands contain four aces?

    Solution. If there are four aces in a hand, the other non-ace card can be any of the ...

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