Consider a standard 52 card deck of playing cards. Suppose that we reduce the number of cards in the deck by
• removing one of the Aces
• removing one of the Queens
• removing one of the Jacks
• removing one of the tens
• removing one of the threes.
The cards that are removed are discarded and are not used for the remainder of this question. As such we now have a deck that consists of just 47 cards. Two cards are selected but are not kings leaving 45 cards in total.
Question: P(at least one of the cards is a King) if the player was obtain an Ace-High straight in poker with the 2 cards selected before?
Attempt: There is a 4/45 chance that the card can be a king however, i do not know what to do with this information to find the answer. Please help!