# What is the probability of drawing the king of spades?

(1 in 52) or about 0.01923.

### What is the probability of drawing a seven of spades?

Probability of drawing a seven of spades, from a 52 card deck, is 1/52.

### What is the probability of drawing 4 spades from a deck of 52 cards?

The probability of drawing the Four of Spades from a standard deck of 52 cards is 1 in 52, or about 0.01923.

### Are mutually exclusive events also complementary events?

Not necessarily. The probability of a complementary event with probability p is 1-p. Two mutually exclusive events, however, don't necessarily add up to a probability of 1. For example, the probability of drawing a King from a standard deck of cards is 1 in 13, which the complementary probability of not drawing a King is 12 in 13. The probability, however, of drawing a Heart is 1 in 4, while the probability of drawing a… Read More

### What is the Probability of drawing two spades out of 52 cards?

The probability of drawing a spade in a standard 52 card deck is 13 in 52, or 1 in 4. The probability of drawing a second spade, assuming the first spade was not replaced back into the deck, is 12 in 51. The probability, then, of drawing two spades is the product of those two probabilities, or 12 in 204, or 1 in 17.

### What is the probability of drawing an ace of spades on the first draw and a four of spades on the second draw using sampling without replacement.... how do you go about doing this problem?

There are 52 cards in the deck. The probability of drawing the ace of spades on the first draw is 1/52 . Since you don't put the first card back, there are then 51 cards in the deck. The probability of drawing the 4 of spades on the second draw is 1/51 . The probability of both occuring is (1/52) x (1/51) = 1/2,652 = 0.037707 % (rounded)

### If you were to draw a card in a single deck what is the probability of drawing a 2 of spades?

There are 52 cards in a deck and 1 ace of spades. So the probability is 1/52 or unlikely.

### What is the probability of choosing a red spade?

The probability of drawing a red spade is zero. There are no red spades in a standard deck.

### What is the probability of get ace of spades on first draw and get queen of hearts on second draw?

The probability of drawing the Ace of Spades on the first draw is 1 in 52. The probability of drawing the Queen of Hearts on the second draw is 1 in 51. The probability of both of those event occurring is 1 in 2652. (1 in 52) times (1 in 51)

### What are the odds against drawing a spade greater than 3 and less than 9?

The probability of drawing a 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 of spades is 5 in 52. The probability of not drawing a 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 of spades, therefore, is (52-5) in 52, or 47 in 52, or about 0.9038.

### What is the probability of drawing a king and a diamond from a deck of playing cards?

The probability of drawing a king is 4:52 The probability of drawing a diamond is 13:52 (or 1:4) The probability of drawing a king (0.07692...) then replacing that king into the deck then drawing a diamond is 0.019230769. If you leave the king out, the probability will be slightly greater (4/52) * (13/51) Unless the king you left out of the deck was a king of diamonds, in which case, the probability would be (4/52)… Read More

### Probability of dealing ace king and queen of spades in that order when dealing only 3 cards?

The probability of dealing the Ace of Spades from a normal 52 card deck is 1 in 52. The probability of dealing the King of Spades next is 1 in 51. The probability of dealing the Queen of Spades next is 1 in 50. The probability of drawing those three cards in that order is the product of those probabilities, which is 1 in 132,600. This is the same as the number of permutations of… Read More

### What is the probability of drawing a spade from a deck of cards?

A standard deck is 52 cards. These 52 cards are divided evenly into 4 suits - spades, clubs, diamonds, and hearts. There are 13 cards in each suit, ace through king. Therefore, there are 13 spades in a deck of 52 cards. 13 is one fourth of 52 which makes the probability of drawing a spade 1/4, .25, or 25 percent.

### What is the probability of drawing a ace of spades?

there are 52 card and there is only 4 aces out of which only 1 ace of spade, so the probability of drawing ace of spade is 1 out of 52 or 1/52.

### What is the probability of drawing a jack or queen or king?

The probability of drawing a jack is, P(J) = 1/13. The probability of drawing a queen is, P(Q) = 1/13. The probability of drawing a king is, P(K) = 1/13. The probability of drawing a jack or drawing a queen or drawing a king is; P(J or Q or K) = 1/13 + 1/13 + 1/13 = 3/13 = 0.23076923... ≈ 23.1%.

### What is the probability of drawing the ace of spades?

Straight off the deck, your chances of drawing the Ace of Spades is 1 in 52 or about 1.9% (1/52x100 per cent). In a 7 card draw, you have a 7 in 52 chance of drawing an Ace of Spades or roughly 18% (7/52x100 per cent). It's simple math...

### What is the probability of drawing 4 spades from a deck of cards?

In my head it's one in 256. one chance in 44th

### What is the probability of choosing a queen or a king from a standard deck of cards?

The probability of drawing a queen or king, in a single randomly drawn card, is 2/13. The probability of drawing one when you draw 45 cards without replacement is 1. The probability of choosing has nothing t do with the probability of drawing the card. I can choose a king but fail to find one!

### When drawing a card randomly from a deck what is the probability that it will be either a heart or a one-eyed jack?

The probability of drawing a heart is 1/4 or 25% (i.e., 13 of 52 cards). According to Wikipedia*, the one-eyed jacks are jack of spades and jack of hearts. The probability of drawing jack of spades is 1/52 (one card of 52). Therefore drawing either a heart (including the jack of hearts) OR jack of spades is (13/52 + 1/52) = 14/52 = 7/26 = 0.269 Just under 27 percent. * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One-eyed_jack#One-eyed_Royals

### What is the probablity of drawing a spade from a standard 52 deck cards?

There are 13 spades in a deck of cards, so the probability of drawing a spade is 13/52 or 1/4.

### What is the probility of drawing a red spade from a deck of cards?

0% there are only black spades which have a probability of 25% of being drawn.

### Given that you just drew either a spade or a club what is the probability that you also drew a king?

Drawing either a spade or a club is independent of drawing a king. Therefore, the probability of drawing a king is the same as it would be for an entire deck: 1/13

### What is the probability of drawing a red card and a spade in two draws without replacing the card?

The probability of drawing a red card and a spade in two cards is the probability of drawing a red card multiplied by the probability of drawing a spade, multiplied by 2 (as it doesn't matter which way around they are drawn). The probability of drawing a spade is 1/13 as there are 4 spades and 52 cards. The probability of drawing a red card after this is 26/51 if the spade was black, and… Read More

### If you draw a card from a standard deck of cards what is the probability of drawing the ace of spade?

since there is only one Ace of Spades and 52 cards in a deck the probability would be 1/52.

### A pack of cards is shuffled and one is drawn out at random 80 times what is the probability of drawing a spade?

Given the way you have worded the question I take it to mean, what is the probability of drawing at least one spade? We can do this most easily by asking first, what is the probability of drawing no spades on each of the 80 times. This is 39/52. The probability of doing this 80 times is (39/52)80. Then the probability of not doing this is 1 - (39/52)80, which is quite close to one… Read More

### What is the probability from drawing 4 spades from a deck of cards?

In an ordinary deck of cards, there are 52 cards out of which 13 are spades. This means that the chances of drawing the first spade is 13 out of 52. The probability of the second spade is 12 out of 51 because one spade and, incidentally, one card are now missing. The third spade comes out as 11 out of 50 and the last one as 10 out of 49. Total probability of events… Read More

### What is probability of drawing a king or queen from a deck of cards?

There are 4 kings and 4 queens in a deck of 52 cards. The chance of drawing a king is 4 in 52 (or .077 in probability terms). The probability to draw either a king or a queen will be twice as high (.154)

### What is the probability of drawing a jack and a king?

The probability of drawing a jack and a king in that order from a standard deck is: P(J,K) = (4/52)∙(4/51) = 0.006033... ~ 0.006 ~ 0.6% The probability of drawing a jack and a king in any order is twice the above: P((J,K) or (K,J)) = 0.0112066... ~ 0.011 ~ 1.1%

### What is the probability of drawing a king of hearts from a regular deck of cards?

The probability of drawing a king of hearts from a regular deck of cards is 1 in 52 because there is only one king of hearts in the standard 52 card deck.

### What is the probability of drawing a king from a standard 52 card deck of cards?

There are four kings in a 52 deck of cards; so probability of drawing a king is 4/52 or 1/13 or 0.077.

### What is the probablity of drawing a face card or a spade in a 52 card set?

The probability of drawing a face card or a spade card in a standard deck of 52 cards is (12 + 13 - 3) in 52 or 22 in 52 or about 0.4231. 12 face cards, 13 spades, and 3 spades that are also face cards.

### What Probability of drawing a spade or ace from 52 card deck?

The probability of drawing a spade or an ace from a 52 card deck of standard playing cards is 16 / 52 or approximately 30.8%. There are 13 spades in a standard deck of cards. There are four aces in a standard deck of cards. One of the aces is a spade. So, 13 + 4 - 1 = 16 spades or aces to choose from. Since we have a total of 52 cards, the… Read More

### What is the probability of drawing a Queen of Clubs or a Queen of Spades from a deck of 52 cards?

Reason: There are only 2 cards in the deck of 52 which could be either a Queen of Clubs or Queen or Spades, So there is a 2 out of 52 chance, or 3.8461538 % chance.

### What is the probability of selecting a spade face card from a deck of 52?

3 in 52 (jack, queen, king of spades)

### What is the probability of drawing a black card frrom a deck of 52 cards?

There are 26 black cards in a deck of cards (13 spades and 13 clubs) There are 52 cards total in a deck of cards Therefore, the probability of drawing a black card from a deck of 52 cards: 26/52 0.5

### What is the probability of drawing a king or a 9 from a standard 52 card deck of cards?

The probability of drawing a king or a nine from a standard deck of 52 cards is (4 + 4) in 52, or 8 in 52, or 2 in 13, or about 0.1538.

### What is the probability of choosing a king from a standard deck of playing cards?

The probability is 1/13 of drawing a king in one draw from a standard deck with no jokers.

### What is the probability of drawing a Club or a Queen of Spades from a deck of 52 cards?

P(club) + P(QS) 1/4 + 1/52 = .25 + .0192 = .269

### What is the probability of drawing 2 spades from a deck of 52 cards?

If you just draw two cards, 1/13 times 1/12 i.e. 1/156

### What is the probability of choosing a six of spades from a pack of cards?

The probability of choosing a six of spades from a pack of cards is 1 in 52.

### What is the probability of drawing an ace queen and king from a standard deck with replacement?

The probability of drawing an Ace, King, and Queen from a standard deck of 52 cards, with replacement, is (4 in 52)3 or 64 in 140608, or 1 in 2197, or about 0.0004552.

### What is the probability of drawing an ace of spades and a heart from a deck of cards in two successive draws without placing the first card back in the deck of 52?

There's only one Ace of spades in a 52 card deck so it's 1/52 times the probability of drawing a heart (there are 13 hearts in the same deck, but now there are 51 cards because we already drew one out). That makes it 1/52 * 13/51 = 13/2652 = 1/204 This is if you want the Ace first, then the heart, if order doesn't matter, you add this to the probability of drawing the… Read More

### If you Have a deck of 52 cards What is the probability that first 4 are spades?

The probability of drawing 4 spades from a deck of 52 cards is 11 in 4165. The probability of the first spade is 13 in 52, or 1 in 4. The second spade is 12 in 51, or 4 in 17. The third spade is 11 in 50. The fourth spade is 10 in 49. Multiply these four probabilities together and you get 440 in 166600, or 11 in 4165.

### What is the probability of drawing a queen of spades?

1/52, or One over Fifty-Two. The odds are so because there are fifty-two cards in a deck, and there is only one Queen of Spades. The chances of you picking a Queen of Spades is One in Fifty-Two tries. If you are using jokers, 1/54, because there are 2 extra.

### What is the probability of drawing a king or a diamond from deck of standard cards?

King = 1 in 13 Diamond = 1 in 4 Combined, the probability would be 4 in 13 of getting a king or a diamond.

### Additive rule in probability example problems with solution?

The formal addition rule is P(A or B) = P(A) + P(B) - P(A and B). A good example from the related link, from the addition rule section is: ; Suppose we wish to find the probability of drawing either a king or a spade in a single draw from a pack of 52 playing cards. ; We define the events A = 'draw a king' and B = 'draw a spade'. ; Since there… Read More

### What is the probability of drawing a card that is not a jack queen or king?

There are 40 cards that are NOT jacks, queens, or kings, so the probability of drawing one of these cards is 40/52 = 10/13 = 0.769

### Find the probability you get a spade or a five on the first draw rounded to one decimal place?

In a standard deck of 52 cards. Probability of drawing a spade: 4 suits, only 1 is spade. Each suit contains A-10 (10 cards) + K + Q + J (3 cards) 13 cards in each suit. There are 13 cards in the spades suit. You have a 13/52 chance of drawing a spade on your first draw. Probability of drawing a 5: there are only 4 5's in the deck. 3/52 chance of drawing… Read More

### What is the probability of drawing a red king from a deck of 52?

Probability of getting a King is 4/52 = 1/13. Having drawn the King, for it to be a Red King, the probability is 2/4 = 1/2. Hence the conditional probability is (1/13)x(1/2) = 1/26

### What is the probability that both cards are spades?

The answer will depend on: whether the cards are drawn at random and whether or not the first card is replaced before drawing the second. It also depends on how many times the experiment - of drawing two cards - is repeated. If repeated a sufficient number of times the probability will be so close to 1 as to make no difference from a certainty.

### If you draw one card from a normal deck of cards what is the probability of drawing a jack queen or king?

Probability of Jack being drawn is 4/52 since there are 4 Jacks and 52 cards in the deck. Also, the probability of drawing a Queen and King is 4/52. So, if you draw one card from a normal deck of cards the probability of drawing a jack or queen or king is 4/52 + 4/52 + 4/52 = 12/52 or 3/13 or 0.2308.