Q: How many twos are there in a standard deck of cards?

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There are 4 two's in deck of 52 cards.

The chance of picking a 2 is 4/52 since there are four twos. If you don't replace it then there are 51 cards and 4 sevens so the chance of picking the 7 is 4/51. The chances of doing both things is (4/52)(4/51)=16/2652 or 4/663 which is about .006

There are 124 twos in 248.

Well, 25 twos is equal to 50. So 10 fives are equal equal to 25 twos.

15 of them

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There are 4 two's in deck of 52 cards.

(4/52)*(3/51) = 0.004525, approx.

Two. One in spades and one in clubs.

213 twos.

15 of them.

From a standard 52-card deck, select the cards numbered for the number of players and below (for example, for five players, use all four aces, twos, threes, fours, and fives). Place a spoon for each player but one in the center of the table (four spoons for five players). Each player is dealt four cards, and the goal is to get all four of one number.

The chance of picking a 2 is 4/52 since there are four twos. If you don't replace it then there are 51 cards and 4 sevens so the chance of picking the 7 is 4/51. The chances of doing both things is (4/52)(4/51)=16/2652 or 4/663 which is about .006

The word twos has only one syllable.

There are 124 twos in 248.

29 twos in 54 (29 x 2 = 54)

There are 4 nines and 4 twos, eight cards with the required outcome. So the probability of a nine or two is 8/52 = 2/13 or 15.38%