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This problem trains for: AMC-10, SAT-II, AMC-12.

A deck of playing cards is shuffled well. If the first two cards drawn are jacks, what is the probability that the third one will also be a jack?

There are only two jacks left in the deck. The deck is now incomplete, there are only 50 cards in it. Therefore, the probability is: