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Thanks in advance for your attention. Please be advised it is Not homework.

So much here depends on how you choose to define the probability distribution over ordered samples; that is: to say what you mean by a random ordered sample. One way would be to take an unordered sample, then sort it, but there are other methods as well. In the case of sorting an unordered sample the probability of getting a match would be the same as in the unordered case, because the same set of numbers would be involved.

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