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From a deck of 52 cards, 13 cards are sequentially laid out on the table. Each card is randomly selected from the remaining cards in the deck.

a) What is the probability P that the 13th card is king?

b) What is the PR probability that the 13th card is the first king on the table?

Note:Give your answers as decimal fractions rounded to thousandths.

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