# Suppose that you are playing blackjack against adealer. In

## Problem 20 Chapter 2

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Problem 20

Suppose that you are playing blackjack against adealer. In a freshly shuffled deck, what is the probabilitythat neither you nor the dealer is dealt ablackjack?

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9/29/2017 STT 351 STT 351 Notes 2 Given a random variable, we can associate probability to subsets of real numbers Probability Model Tossing a coin, Rolling a die, Roulette wheel The experiment has random outcomes. We want to assign chance (probability) to subsets outcomes. S = totality of outcomes...

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