Deborah Wyatt
2022-07-17
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How many five-card poker hands using 52 cards contain exactly two aces?

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sviudes7w

Answered 2022-07-18
Author has **12** answers

Explanation:

You are choosing two of the four aces and three of the remaining 48 cards. The choices are independent.

You are choosing two of the four aces and three of the remaining 48 cards. The choices are independent.

Zoagliaj

Answered 2022-07-19
Author has **2** answers

Explanation:

There are 52 two cards, 4 aces and 48 other non-ace cards. When you are choosing a hand with 2 aces, there are C(4,2) ways to choose the two aces and C(48,3) ways to choose the other cards.

There are 52 two cards, 4 aces and 48 other non-ace cards. When you are choosing a hand with 2 aces, there are C(4,2) ways to choose the two aces and C(48,3) ways to choose the other cards.

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"Compute $\sum _{j=0}^{m}{3}^{j}{\textstyle (}\genfrac{}{}{0ex}{}{m}{j}{\textstyle )}$

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I'm having some serious trouble with this problem. I'm not sure how to start computing.

What is the first step here?

The result should be somewhat familiar. Then, use the binomial theorem to verify the result."

I'm having some serious trouble with this problem. I'm not sure how to start computing.

What is the first step here?