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# Probability to find a partner

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In the game of bridge, each of 4 players is dealt 13 cards. If a certain player has no aces, find the probability that that person's partner has:
a.)no aces
b.)at least 2 aces

Now, we have done problems like this in class with 2 players and that was really complicated because we had to do combinations and such and I really do not know how to set up this problem when there are 4 players.

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This solution is comprised of a detailed explanation to find the probability that that person's partner has:
a.)no aces
b.)at least 2 aces

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The Question is:
In the game of bridge, each of 4 players is dealt 13 cards. If a certain player has no aces, find the probability that that person's partner has:
a.)no aces
b.)at least 2 aces

Now, we have done problems like this in class with 2 players and that was really complicated because we had to do ...

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• MA, Shandong Univ.
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