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Two cards are drawn from a pack of 52 cards. The probability that they are a king and a queen is?

a)16/260

b)26/260

c)16/1326

d)8/1326
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Sorry for my mistake the answer given is

what you said (4C1)(4C1)/(52C2)

but my real concern is how can we do this by using some actual logic and not formula as in

2 * (8/1326)
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Answer given is

 (4C1)(4C1)/(52C2)=16/1326
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Logic is simple

AND-Multiplication(    (4C1)(4C1)/(52C2)   and sorry for my mistake ans is 16/1326 only)

OR-Addition    

Given in question (king and queen)

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