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Probability - Statistics

A. Two cards are randomly selected without replacement from a shuffled deck of 52 cards. Find the probability of getting a ten (10) on the first card and a club on the second card.

B. An employee needs to call any 1 of 5 colleagues at home. Assume that the five colleagues are random selections from a population in which 28% have unlisted numbers. Find the probability that at least 1 of the five fellow workers will have a LISTED number.

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(A) A deck has 4 tens and 13 clubs. There is one ten of clubs. Thus, there are 3 tens that are not clubs.

P(First card is a ten and the second is a ...

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