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Four cards are randomly selected from a pack of $52$ cards. If the first two cards are kings, what is the probability that the third card is a king?

  1. $4/52$
  2. $2/50$
  3. $(1/52)×(1/52)$
  4. $(1/52)×(1/51) ×(1/50)$
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I think that this question is slightly ambiguous about whether the cards have been drawn all at once, or one by one.
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There are $4$ kings in a pack of $52$ cards.
If $2$ cards are selected and both are kings, remaining cards will be $50$ out of which $2$ will be kings.

So, answer is B.
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