Wild Card Lottery The Wild Card lottery is run in the states of Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota. You must select five different numbers between 1 and 33, then you must select one of the picture cards (Ace, King, Queen, Jack), and then you must select one of the four suits (club, heart, diamond, spade). Express all answers as fractions.a. What is the probability of selecting the correct five numbers between 1 and 33?b. What is the probability of selecting the correct picture card?c. What is the probability of selecting the correct suit?d. What is the probability of selecting the correct five numbers, the correct picture card, and the correct suit?

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Wild Card Lottery The Wild Card lottery is run in the states of Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota. You must select five different numbers between 1 and 33, then you must select one of the picture cards (Ace, King, Queen, Jack), and then you must select one of the four suits (club, heart, diamond, spade). Express all answers as fractions.

a. What is the probability of selecting the correct five numbers between 1 and 33?

b. What is the probability of selecting the correct picture card?

c. What is the probability of selecting the correct suit?

d. What is the probability of selecting the correct five numbers, the correct picture card, and the correct suit?

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The five numbers from 33 numbers can be selected in,

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The probability of selecting the correct five numbers between 1 and 33 is,

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There are four picture cards namely Ace, King, Queen and Jack.

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