Forms A Pack Of 52 Cards, Four Cards Are Drawn. Find The Chance That They Will Be The Four honours of The Same Suit.

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Forms a pack of 52 cards, four cards are drawn. Find the chance that they will be the four honours of the same suit.


Correct option is

Here n = Total numbers of ways     


There are four honours (ace, king, queen and knave) in each suit and so there are 4 sets of 4 honours each. To obtain the favourable numbers of ways, we have to select one suit of four honours from these four sets  




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