# SOLUTION: A gambler is dealt the following hand from a randomly shuffled normal 52 card deck: the 10, Jack, Queen and King of Spades. Note: In a 52-card playing deck there are 13 differen

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 Question 44720: A gambler is dealt the following hand from a randomly shuffled normal 52 card deck: the 10, Jack, Queen and King of Spades. Note: In a 52-card playing deck there are 13 different cards: Ace, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, Jack, Queen, King. Each set of 13 cards can be one of four suits: Diamond, Hearts, Clubs, Spades. Explain your answer. I have no idea how to do this problem. Please help me.Answer by stanbon(57219)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!What is the question? Cheers, Stan H.