GMAT Practice Question Set #51 (Question 151-153)

Problem Solving Question #151: Probability At Least 1 Pair  
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Peter took a 52-card deck of cards and removed all small cards, all spades, and all clubs.
The only remaining cards were 10, Jack, Queen, King, and Ace in the suits of heart and
diamond. Of these 10 cards, he deals himself 5 cards. What is the probability that Peter
deals himself at least one pair of cards?

(A)

7/10

(B)

17/33

(C)

55/63

(D)

66/165

(E)

18/25

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