# Two cards are randomly selected from an ordinaryplaying

## Problem 18 Chapter 2

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Problem 18

Two cards are randomly selected from an ordinaryplaying deck. What is the probability that theyform a blackjack? That is, what is the probabilitythat one of the cards is an ace and the other one iseither a ten, a jack, a queen, or a king?

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In­class assignment two Date: 10/22 Name: yang Please interpret the SPSS output for the following moderation model. Employee Job satisfaction empowerment (emppow) (jobsat) Power distance (powerdis) Run MATRIX procedure: ***************** PROCESS Procedure for SPSS Release 2.10 ****************...

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