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# Question : In poker, a royal flush (5 highest cards of a single suit) : 2139508

Find the probability of the following card hands from a 52-card deck. In poker, aces are either high or low. A bridge hand is made up of 13 cards.

41) In poker, a royal flush (5 highest cards of a single suit)

A) 0.000000385

B) 0.00198

C) 0.000275

D) 0.00000154

42) In poker, a flush (5 in same suit) in any suit

A) 0.00198

B) 0.00122

C) 0.000495

D) 0.000347

43) In poker, a full house (3 cards of one value, 2 of another value)

A) 0.0000385

B) 0.00655

C) 0.00000920

D) 0.00144

44) In poker, four of a kind (4 cards of the same value)

A) 0.000240

B) 0.0000185

C) 0.000434

D) 0.0000200

45) In poker, a straight flush (5 in a row in a single suit)

A) 0.0000139

B) 0.0000123

C) 0.00000231

D) 0.00000923

46) In bridge, 6 of one suit, 4 of another, and 3 of another

A) 0.0022

B) 0.0133

C) 0.0060

D) 0.00055

47) In bridge, all cards in one suit

A) 0.0000000000314

B) 0.00000000000157

C) 0.00000000000314

D) 0.00000000000630

48) In bridge, 4 aces

A) 0.00264

B) 0.01056

C) 0.00118

D) 0.00059

49) In bridge, exactly 3 kings and exactly 3 queens

A) 0.00337

B) 0.00018

C) 0.00024

D) 0.00097

Solve the problem.

50) Two distinct even numbers are selected at random from the first ten even numbers greater than zero. What is the probability that the sum is 30?

A) 2/45

B) 1/45

C) 1/15

D) 1/10

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