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Q: What is the odds of picking an ace out of a 52 card deck?

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If you pick enough cards, the probability is 1.

Because there are four aces in a 52-card deck, the probability is 4/52, or 1/13.

If you mean in one draw from a standard 52- card deck, there are 13 diamonds and ace of spades have 14 chances out of 52 for a probability of 14/52 or about 26.6923 %

16% chance

There are 4 aces, so the odds of drawing an ace are 4/52, or 1/13.

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If you pick enough cards, the probability is 1.

If you assume that the Ace is high, then the odds of drawing a card higher than a nine is a standard deck of 52 cards is 20 in 52, or 5 in 13, or about 0.3846. If you assume that the Ace is low, then the odds of drawing a card higher than a nine is a standard deck of 52 cards is 16 in 52, or 4 in 13, or about 0.3077.

4 out of 52 which reduce down to 1/13

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.

Because there are four aces in a 52-card deck, the probability is 4/52, or 1/13.

If you mean in one draw from a standard 52- card deck, there are 13 diamonds and ace of spades have 14 chances out of 52 for a probability of 14/52 or about 26.6923 %

16% chance

There are 4 aces, so the odds of drawing an ace are 4/52, or 1/13.

The odds of any card pulled from an ordinary deck of 52 cards being an Ace is 4 in 52 (4 aces in a deck of 52). This can be reduced to a 1 in 13 chance of any random card pulled from the deck being an Ace (or any other specific value, for that matter). That 13th last card dealt in a hand is no different than picking a random card out of the pack, regardless of what cards you deal before (face down or blindfolded or even face up, it doesn't matter). A more interesting question would be "what would the probability be of ANY of those 13 cards being an Ace?" Any takers?

An ace acts as a 1, 11, high card (highest card in the deck), wild card, or a 0 depending on what card game your playing. The only game i can think of that the ace is a 0 is the golf card game.

It is 1/13.

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