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# Three cards are chosen at random from a standard deck of cards without replacement What is the probability of getting 3 aces?

The probability of drawing the first ace is 4 in 52. The probability of getting the second ace is 3 in 51. The probability of getting the third ace is 2 in 50. The probability, then, of drawing three aces is (4 in 52) times (3 in 51) times (2 in 50), which is 24 in 132600, or 1 in 5525, or about 0.0001810

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