Question: this is a question for a stats course for science...
This is a question for a stats course for science students... In one version of the game played by a dealer and a player, 2 cards of a standard 52-card bridge deck are dealt to the player and 2 cards to the dealer. For this exercise, assume that drawing an ace and a face card (Jack, Queen and King for each shape) is called blackjack. If the dealer does not draw a blackjack and the player does, the player wins. If both the dealer and player draw blackjack, a tie occurs.
(a) What is the probability that the dealer will draw a blackjack?
(b) What is the probability that the player will wins with a blackjack?
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