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1) A coach is training 15 girls. He wants to form 5 lines of 3 forwards each (left-wing, center,and right-wing). Assume that the order of assigning these positions matters. What is the probability that both Ann and May are in the same line?

2) There is a standard deck of 52 playing cards. EACH person is dealt 13 cards. What is the probability that one of the 4 people gets ALL 4 aces?

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# Difficult probability problems

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