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    Sampling without replacement (Board game problem)

    So I understand how you get to 230230 by calculating 165765600/720. However, I can’t figure out this next part: "I realize that the magnitude of the numbers seems big, so it might be useful to reduce it down to something that you can manage and sketch out a probability tree and generalize...
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    Sampling without replacement (Board game problem)

    I guess you can call it a counting problem, but there are so many possibilities (720 I believe) . And I am wondering if there is a way to calculate this? Just counting is not very practical.
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    Sampling without replacement (Board game problem)

    Hi! I am trying to figure out this probability problem for a board game with a drafting mechanic. There is 26 characters. 10 is of the kind called A and 16 is of the kind called B. 6 characters are to be randomly picked for a drafting pool. 1. What is the chance of exactly four of the six...