Exactly one card is a “face” card (Jack, Queen, or King).
Find the probability of selecting a face card.
Find the probability of selecting a non-face card. Remember that the total number of cards has changed.
Repeat step 2 twice more. Multiply all four probabilities together. Remember, the order the cards are drawn in does not matter.
The cards form a consecutive sequence (count both A,
, , and J, Q, K, A as consecutive sequences).
Use the factorial function to find all possible
-card permutations. Since we are talking about consecutive sequences, order does matter.
Write a list of all possible
-card consecutive sequences.