Select three different five-card combinations or five-card hands from your favorite card game that utilizes a standard 52-card deck containing four suits (clubs, hearts, diamonds, and spades), with each suit containing 13 cards with numbers 2–10 and face cards ace, king, queen, and jack. Then, do the following:
- Using the concept of dependent probabilities, determine the odds that you would draw these hands (card combinations) directly from a deck of cards.
- Determine the probability that you would not draw these hands (card combinations) directly from a deck of cards.
- Think of another activity in life, besides playing cards, where the concepts of probability would be useful to the decision-making process and share it with the group.