If you pick 37 cards without replacement, or pick a card from the bottom of a mint deck, the probability is 1: it is a certainty. If you pick a random card from a deck, then the probability is 4/13.
The answer depends on how many cards are picked. It is 1 if you pick 49 cards without replacement. If only one card is picked at random, the probability is 1/13.
When you pick an object and do not return it, in probability it is termed "without replacement".
The answer depends on how many cards are drawn, and whether they are drawn with or without replacement. If 1 card is drawn, the probability is 0, if 50 cards are drawn (without replacement), the probability is 1. If only two cards are drawn, at random and without replacement, the probability is (4/52)*(3/51) = 12/2652 = 0.0045
If five cards are drawn from a deck of cards without replacement, what is the probability that at least one of the cards is a heart?
Because with replacement, the total number of possible outcomes - the denominator of the probability ratio - remains the same. Without replacement the number of possible outcomes becomes smaller.
The answer depends on how many cards are drawn.
The probability of drawing aces on the first three draws is approx 0.0001810
If 1 queen was drawn out of the 52 card deck without replacement, the probability of choosing a queen on the 2nd draw is 3/51 or 1/17.
If you draw 40 cards without replacement the probability is 1! If you draw just one, the probability is 1/4.
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.
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It is 13/51.
If you pick enough cards, without replacement, the probability is 1. The probability for a single random draw is 1/26.
There are 15 primes through 50, so it would be: (15 * 14) / (50 * 49) = 3 / 35
To find the answer to probability, first add all the things together (5+3+2=10), then, find the number of things you will be taking from the group of things (3), and put together as a fraction (3/10). So the final answer is 3/10, which is unlikely. :D
The probability of drawing the first card is 4/52. Since the card has not been replaced, the probability of drawing the second card is 3/51. Thus the probability of drawing 2 kings without replacement is (4/52)(3/51) =1/221 = .00452.
The probability is (6/14)*(5/13) = 30/182 = 0.1648 approx.
The answer depends on how many cards are drawn. If 40 are drawn without replacement, from a normal deck, the probability is 1. If 3 are drawn the probability is 0!
If you select 45 cards without replacement from a regular deck of playing cards, the probability is 1. For a single randomly selected card, the probability is 2/13.