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Probability with permutations and combinations

Problem

Each card in a standard deck of 52 playing cards is unique and belongs to 1 of 4 suits:
  • 13 cards are clubs
  • 13 cards are diamonds
  • 13 cards are hearts
  • 13 cards are spades
Suppose that Luisa randomly draws 4 cards without replacement.
What is the probability that Luisa gets 2 diamonds and 2 hearts (in any order)?
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