Christopher H.

asked • 02/03/16

Playing Cards Probability Question

There are 52 cards in a deck. 26 are red, and 26 are black. The 52 cards make up four suits (hearts, diamonds, spades, clubs). There are 13 of each suit (ace-10, jack, queen, king). Essentially it is a fair deck of cards.
 
a) What is the probability of drawing a 5?
b) What is the probability of drawing a red 5?
c) What is the probability of drawing the jack of hearts and then the jack of diamonds?
d) What is the probability of drawing the 4 of spades or a club?
e) What is the probability of drawing a 3 or a spade?
f) What is the probability of drawing the 10 of clubs or a king, and then a spade?
g) What is the probability of drawing a 7 or a heart, and then a 10 of hearts or a queen?

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Kenneth S. answered • 02/03/16

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