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Q: What is the drawing of a black card from a pack as fraction?

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It is 26/52, a fraction which can be simplified.

1/26

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

Half the cards in a standard pack are black. Therefore the probability of drawing a black card is 1/2. Half the sides of a coin are "heads" so again the probability is 1/2. Therefore the probability you will both draw a black card and flip heads = 1/2 * 1/2 = 1/4.

There are 52 cards in a pack of playing cards (excluding jokers). The chance of drawing at random a black card from a full pack of cards is 1/2, or 0.5. There are now 51 cards in the pack, two of which are red kings. The probability of drawing a red king from this pack is 2/51. 0.5 x 2/51 = 0.01960784 So, the probability is approximately 0.0196, or 1.96%.

depends on the amount of black cards there is in the pack

there is a 50% probability that you will pick a black card out of a full pack of playing cards

50%

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26

There are 52 cards of which 26 (a half) are black. So he probability that the first card is black is 26/52= 1/2

12 out of 52, 3 out of 13, or about 23%

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