Q: What 4 suits are on playing cards?

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There are 4 suits

There are four suits in playing cards. The four suits are spades, hearts, clubs, and diamonds. The suits divide the cards into categories that are used when playing with the cards.

There are only 4 suits in an ordinary deck of playing cards. The probability of drawing a heart is 1 in 4, or 0.25.

There are 20 odd numbered cards in an ordinary deck of cards. There are 4 suits. Each suit has 5 odd cards: 1,3,5,7,9.

Four.

There are 52 cards in a deck, and 4 suits of 13 cards each.So the probability is 1/13 = 0.077

36 cards, numbered 2-10, x 4 suits.

There are 4 suits, one queen per suit, therefore 4 Queens

The playing cards came from the old Tarot cards. The four suits are almost exactly the same as the four suits of the Tarot cards.

A deck of playing cards has 52 cards divided into four suits. Diamonds and hearts are red suits; spades and clubs are black suits. There are 13 cards in a suit, and 26 of each of the two colors.

well do the math: 1's 1*4(# of suits)=4 2's 1*4(# of suits)=4 3's 1*4(# of suits)=4 add them all up and you get 12 so you have 12 1's 2's and 3's in a deck of 52 playing cards.

If the card is drawn randomly, the probability is 1/4.

1 in 4. Because there are 4 suits of cards.

4 Suits in a deck of cards.

J, Q, K of four suits = 12 face cards.

4 suits in a pack of cards

Each suit has 13 cards. There are 4 suits: hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades. Hearts and diamonds are the red suits. Clubs and spades are the black suits. There are 26 black cards in a standard deck.

The four suits in a standard deck of playing cards is thought to have originated in the Middle East. The suits started out as being coins, cups, swords and sticks. These suits evolved into today's playing card suits with the coins now being diamonds; the cups, which stood for "love", turning into hearts; the spades replaced the swords, and the sticks are now clubs.

4 suits of 14= 56 22 "special" cards = 78 cards in a tarot deck

There are 12 'picture' cards in a standard deck of playing cards. A Jack, Queen and King of each of the four suits. Including Aces, however, the total would be 16 'face' cards.

there are 4 suits, spades, hearts, clubs and diamonds but the cards in one suit are aces, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eigt, nine, ten, jack, queen and king

4 face cards per suit X 4 suits = 16 face cards 18 if you count the jokers as face cards.

Yes, a standard deck of cards will have an ace for each of the four suits.

26 There are 4 suits of 13 cards each: 13 + 13 + 13 + 13 = 52 2 suits are red (hearts and diamonds); 2 suits are black (clubs and spades) 13 (hearts) + 13 (diamonds) = 26 red cards

There are 4 suits with 13 cards of each suit.