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    Pretend you are drawing cards without replacement from the infamous Iraq's most wanted deck issued by the us military. If you are drawing from the full deck of 55 cards, what are the folloing probabilities:

    a. You draw a card that is not Saddam Hussein?

    b. You draw two cards, which end up being Saddam Hussein and another one with his cousin "Chemical Ali"?

    c. You draw 14 cards and not one of them is Saddam Hussein.

    Could you please show me how you figured out these answers out so that I can proceed with the other questions my teacher has given me.

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    Pretend you are drawing cards without replacement from the infamous Iraq's most wanted deck issued by the us military. If you are drawing from the full deck of 55 cards, what are the folloing probabilities:

    a. You draw a card that is not Saddam Hussein?
    Out of 55 cards, there is only one card that is Saddam Hussein. Thus, 54 cards are not Saddam.
    Thus, Probability that a card is not Saddam Hussein = Total cards that are ...

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