### What is the probability of picking an ace a club or a diamond on a single pick from a deck of cards?

There are 13 of each suit in a standard deck of cards. Assuming there are no jokers, the probability of picking either a club or a diamond is (13+13)/52 or 0.5. There are also four aces in a standard deck. However, we've already accounted for two of them (the ace of clubs and the ace of diamonds), so we're only adding two additional possibilities. The probability of choosing an ace, a club, or a diamond…

### Probability of drawing a spade and an ace from 52 card deck without replacement?

Since an ace is a subset of one of the spades, we start off with the assumption that in those spades, they won't pick an ace. Therefore: (13 - 1)/52 = 12/52 = 3/13 Now, the probability of getting an ace is 4/51. Multiplying these together, we have: 3/13(4/51) = 4/221. Now, we need to figure out the probability of it having the ace in the spade. The probability of that is 1/52. If that…

### What is after Phoenix wright ace attorney?

First is Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. Second is Phoenix Wright, Ace Attorney: Justice for All. Third is Phoenix Wright, Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations. Fourth is Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney. Fifth and Final to this point is Ace Attorney Investigations, Miles Edgeworth Japanese versions of Ace Attorney 5 and Ace Attorney Investigations 2 have also been heard of.

### If The first card is an ace and the second is also an ace what the probility?

Just a straight deal, the first card will be an ace 4 times out of 52, the second card will be an ace 3 times in 51. The total odds will be 12 times in 2652. However in the question posed the first card is an ace so the probability is 1 in 1, so the second card being an ace will occur 3 times in 51. In the question , the first card is…