Q: What is the chance of picking a jack in 52 playing cards?

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If there is 1 Jack of clubs, and 52 total cards, then the chance of picking the jack on the first selection is 1/52

There are 4 kings and 4 jacks in a deck of cards, so 8/52 which simplifies to 2/13 or 15.4%

In a full deck of 52 cards your chances are one in thirteen. The same goes for every other card as well not just jacks.

The probability that a random card picked from a standard pack is a Jack is 1/13.

The answer depends on whether or not the first card is replaced before drawing the second.

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If there is 1 Jack of clubs, and 52 total cards, then the chance of picking the jack on the first selection is 1/52

There are 4 kings and 4 jacks in a deck of cards, so 8/52 which simplifies to 2/13 or 15.4%

Assuming a 52 card deck with no cards already drawn, the chance that you draw a queen OR a jack is 8/52.

In a full deck of 52 cards your chances are one in thirteen. The same goes for every other card as well not just jacks.

For a single card, picked at random from a well shuffled normal pack the probability is 3/13.

1 in 26

Playing cards starting with j: joker and jack.

The probability that a random card picked from a standard pack is a Jack is 1/13.

It is 50/52 or 0.9615

1/52. Only one card, the Jack of diamonds, will satisfy your requirements.

There is only one jack of diamonds in an ordinary set of cards.

There are 2 red jacks, so 2/52 or about .038%