Becaus half (50%) of the cards in a deck are black, you have a 50-50 chance of getting a black card.
50% or 1/2
There are 6 black face card in a deck of 52 cards, so the probability of getting a black face card is 6/52 = 3/26
The probability of getting a red card out of a standard 52 card deck is 26 in 52, or 0.5. The probability of getting a second red card is 25 in 51, or 0.490, because one red card is missing, and the deck is short by one card. The probability of getting a black card next is 26 in 50, or 0.52, because the deck is short by two cards, but all the black cards are there. Multiply these probabilities together, and you get about 0.127, or about 1 in 8, so the probability of getting 2 red cards and then a black card in a random 52 card deck is about 1 in 8.
30.769 % chance that you will draw a face card out of a deck of cards. 29.63 % chance that you will draw a face card out of a deck of cards with the jokers in deck.
It is 0.9968 approx.
the chance of getting a pair of aces form a deck of cards is .04 or 4%.
2 in 52
There is one chance in four of being dealt a diamond from a 52 card deck.
A deck of cards has 52 cards (not counting jokers which are optional). so if you draw one card at random you have one chance in 52 of getting a specific card. 1/52 = 1.923%
P(7 of Clubs) or P(7 of Spades) = 1/52 + 1/52 = 0.0385 or 1/26 chance
Assuming a standard 52 card deck, there are 12 face cards. So the chance of drawing a face card is 12/52, or 3/13.
There are 26 different ways of selecting a black card from a standard deck of 52 cards.
1 in 13 chance
About a 3.8% chance (2 / 52 = 0.038...).
As there are 2 black queens in a deck, the chances of pulling one from a 52 card deck is 2/52 (or 1/26).
There is a 1 in 52 chance that the first card drawn in a standard, shuffled 52 card deck, will have a value of 7.
There are 6 black face cards in a standard deck of 52 cards, so the probability of drawing a black face card in one try is 6/52 = 0.115
In a 52 deck card there are 20 even numbered cards. So, your odds would be 20 out of 52 or reduced to 5 out of 13 chance.
The probability of getting a king in a one card draw from a deck of 52 cards is .077 or 1 chance in 13. The probability of getting a king and one other specific denomination, such as a queen, is .154, or one chance in between 6 and 7.
a 13 in 52 chance
There are 2 red suits and 2 black suits. Therefore the probability of drawing a red card is 1/2. Or 50% chance.