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Exam P March 26, 2007 Question
You can find the question at:
http://www.sambroverman.com/pqw/mar2607p.pdf Sam Broverman 2brove@rogers.com 
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Exam P April 2, 2007 Question
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http://www.sambroverman.com/pqw/apr207p.pdf Sam Broverman 2brove@rogers.com 
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Exam P April 9, 2007 Question
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http://www.sambroverman.com/pqw/apr907p.pdf Sam Broverman 2brove@rogers.com 
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Exam P April 16, 2007 Question
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http://www.sambroverman.com/pqw/apr1607p.pdf Sam Broverman 2brove@rogers.com 
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Exam P April 23, 2007 Question
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http://www.sambroverman.com/pqw/apr2307p.pdf Sam Broverman 2brove@rogers.com 
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Exam P Question for April 30, 2007
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http://www.sambroverman.com/pqw/apr3007p.pdf Sam Broverman 2brove@rogers.com 
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May 7, 2007 Exam P Question
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http://www.sambroverman.com/pqw/may707p.pdf Sam Broverman 2brove@rogers.com 
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The PDF only contains the solution. Thanks Vincent 
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Vincent Button,
Thanks for pointing that out. I have posted the full question and solution. Sam Broverman 2brove@rogers.com 
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The first card a player recieves has no impact on the probability, the only thing that matters is that the second card matches it. The probability that the second card matches the first is 3 out of 51 ( 3/51=.0588) 
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