Question #4b3a7
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Explanation:
For this problem, we will use the following:

The multiplication principle, which states that if there are
#m# ways of doing one thing and#n# ways of doing another, there are#mn# ways of doing both. 
Choose notation,
#((n),(k)) = (n!)/(k!(nk)!)# , which calculates the number of ways of choosing a subset of size#k# from a set of size#n# .
Depending on if we also are distinguishing between drawing the same cards in a different order, we may also use that the number of permutations of a set of
Proceeding, note that there are
#=4*(48*47)/2#
#=4512#
If the order in which the cards are drawn does not matter, then we are done. If it does, then we note that for each of the above hands, there are