COMPUTER SCIENCEA hand consists of 1 card drawn from a standard 52-card deck with flowers on the back and 1 card drawn from a standard 52-card deck with birds on the back. A standard deck has 13 cards from each of 4 suits (clubs, diamonds, hearts, spades). The 13 cards have face value 2 through 10, jack, queen, king, or ace. Each face value is a “kind” of card. The jack, queen, and king are “face cards.” How many different hands are possible? (Note that a flower-ace-of-spades, bird-queen-of-hearts and a flower-queen-of-hearts, bird-ace-of-spades are two different outcomes.)