# Conditional Probability: Suppose we are playing draw poker… [closed]

Suppose we are playing draw poker. We are dealt 5 cards from a well-shuffled deck, which contains four spades and another card of a different suit. We decide to discard the card of a different suit and draw one card from the remaining cards to complete a flush in spades. Determine the probability of completing the flush.

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