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1. The probability of winning a lottery by selecting the correct six integers from the positive integers not exceeding 50 is _____ × 10^{–8} . (The order in which these integers are selected does not matter.)

(Note: Enter the value in decimal format and round it to one decimal place.)

2. The probability of winning a lottery by selecting the correct six integers from the positive integers not exceeding 52 is _____ × 10^{–8} . (The order in which these integers are selected does not matter.)

(Note: Enter the value in decimal format and round it to one decimal place.)

3. The probability of winning a lottery by selecting the correct six integers from the positive integers not exceeding 56 is _____ × 10^{–8} . (The order in which these integers are selected does not matter.)

(Note: Enter the value in decimal format and round it to one decimal place.)

4.The probability of winning a lottery by selecting the correct six integers from the positive integers not exceeding 60 is _____ × 10^{–8} . (The order in which these integers are selected does not matter.)

(Note: Enter the value in decimal format and round it to one decimal place.)