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A deck of cards consists of four different suits: hearts, clubs, spades and diamonds. Each suit is represented evenly in the deck, so the odds of drawing a heart are 1 in 4.

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Number of cards in a deck = 52 Number of cards that are heart = 13 Therefore number of cards that are not heart = 52-13 = 39 Probability of not drawing a heart = 39/52 or 3/4

Probability of drawing a heart: 1/4 Probability of drawing a club: 1/4 Probability of drawing a heart or a club: 1/4 + 1/4 = 2/4 = 1/2

The probability of drawing a heart in a standard deck of 52 cards is 13 in 52 or 1 in 4.

The probability of drawing a heart in a single random draw from a normal deck of playing cards and rolling a 4 on a fair number cube is: 1/4*1/6 = 1/24

The probability of drawing the queen of hearts is 1 in 52, or about 0.01923.

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.

! in 4, as the four suits have an equal number of cards.

The probability, if you draw 40 cards, without replacement, is 1. That is, it is a certainty. The probability on a single random draw is 1/4.

1 in 52

The probability of drawing a heart from a fair deck is 1 in 4. If the card is replaced then the probability is again 1 in 4. The probability of drawing a card other than a heart is 3 in 4. Once again if the card is replaced then the probability remains 3 in 4

There are 12 face cards and three of them are hearts. Therefore, the probability of drawing a face card that is heart is 3/12 = 1/4. The probability of drawing a face card that is not a heart is 1-1/4 = 3/4.

There are 13 hearts in a 52 card deck so the probability of drawing a heart is 13/52 or 1/4.

The probability of drawing a Jack on the first draw from a standard deck of cards is 4 in 52. The probability of drawing a heart on the second draw is 13 in 51 (if the Jack was not a heart) or 12 in 51 (if the Jack was a heart). Multiply these two probabilities together, and you get 52 in 2652, or about 0.01961 for the case of the Jack not being a heart, and 48 in 2651, or about 0.01811 for the case of the Jack being a heart.

There are 52 cards in a deck. 1/4 are hearts. 3 are heart faces. So the probability of drawing one card that is a heart face is 3/52. The chance of drawing a face card as one card, and a heart as another is 1/4(heart)*3/13(face)=3/52 as well

In order to determine the probability of drawing 2 hearts and then a spade, in that order, from a deck of 52 cards, start by considering the first card. The probability of drawing a heart is 1 in 4. Since you have now reduced the number of hearts and the number of cards in the deck by one, the probability of drawing another heart is 4 in 17. Since you have further reduced the number of cards by one, the probability of drawing a spade is 13 in 50. Multiply these probabilities together, (1/4) (4/17) (13/50), and you get about 0.0153, or about 153 in 10000.

You need to state a problem. If for example you ask what is the probability of drawing a heart or diamond in a single draw from a standard deck of 52 cards the answer would be .5

The answer depends on how many cards are drawn, whether or not at random, from an ordinary deck of cards, with or without replacement. The probability for a single card, drawn at random, from a normal deck of playing cards is 1/4.

1 over 3

There are 52 cards in a deck with no jokers. There are 13 hearts in such a deck so the probability of drawing a heart is13/52

The probability of drawing a red heart is 1 in 4. This is the same as the probability of drawing a heart, as red is included as a superset of hearts.

There are 13 Hearts (including a King) and 3 extra Kings (a total of 16 cards) in the 52 card pack, so the probability of drawing a Heart or a King is 16/52 = 4/13 = 0.3077 or 30.77%

The probability is 12/52 or 1/4 since 12 of the 52 cards are hearts.

In a standard deck of 52 cards - the probability of drawing any single card of two suits is 1:2 or 50%.

Depends With jokers= 13/54 Without jokers= 1/4

The probability of A is denoted P(A) and the probability of B is denoted P(B). P(A or B) = P(A) + P(B) - P(A and B). Say P(A) = Probability of drawing a heart, which is 13/52. Say P(B) = Probability of drawing a three, which is 4/52. We now have to determine P(A and B) which is the probability of a heart and a three, which is 1/52. We now can determine the probability of drawing a heart or a three which is 13/52 + 4/52 - 1/52 = 16/52 = 4/13.