# SOLUTION: The lottery in Combinatoricsville has two parts. A winner has satistied part A and part B. Part A: Pick the 5 winning numbers from 1, …, 30. Part B: Pick the two winning numbers,

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 Question 632024: The lottery in Combinatoricsville has two parts. A winner has satistied part A and part B. Part A: Pick the 5 winning numbers from 1, …, 30. Part B: Pick the two winning numbers, in the correct order, from 1, … , 5. What is the probability of winning this lottery?Answer by Edwin McCravy(8999)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!The lottery in Combinatoricsville has two parts. A winner has satistied part A and part B. Part A: Pick the 5 winning numbers from 1, …, 30. ```The probability of getting that right is ``` Part B: Pick the two winning numbers, in the correct order, from 1, … , 5. What is the probability of winning this lottery? ```1. If that means that choosing 2 then 4 is not the same as choosing 4 then 2 the probability of getting that right is And the final answer is × which is approximately .000000351 2. If that means that choosing 2 then 4 is the same as choosing 4 then 2 the probability of getting that right is And the final answer is × which is approximately .0000000702 Edwin```