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- The buyer of a lottery ticket chooses four numbers from the numbers 1 to 32. Repetition is not allowed.

How can this be solved? I thought it would be solved by multiplying the probability of each number being picked. 1/32 x 1/31 x 1/30 x 1/29. Though this seemed to give me the wrong answer.

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# Simple probability question

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