Q: Don randomly draws two cards from a standard deck of 52 cards. He does not replace the first card. What is the probability that both cards are aces?

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The probability is 0.4231, approx.

1 in 13

It is 5/52 for a single card, drawn randomly.

If you draw more than 24 cards from a standard pack, without replacement, the probability is 1. That is, it is a certainty. The probability of the outcome for a single, randomly drawn card from a standard pack, is 7/13.

The probability of drawing a queen or king, in a single randomly drawn card, is 2/13. The probability of drawing one when you draw 45 cards without replacement is 1. The probability of choosing has nothing t do with the probability of drawing the card. I can choose a king but fail to find one!

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The probability is 0.4231, approx.

The probability depends on:whether the cards are drawn randomly,how many cards are drawn, andwhether the cards are replaced before drawing the next card.If only 2 cards are drawn randomly, and without replacement, the probability is 0.00075 approximately.

If you randomly pick a card from a standard deck of cards, that probability will be 1/4, since 1/4 of the cards are heart.

1 in 13

If only two cards are drawn randomly from a standard deck, the probability is .00037, approx.

If the card is drawn randomly, the probability is 1/4.

It is 5/52 for a single card, drawn randomly.

If you draw more than 24 cards from a standard pack, without replacement, the probability is 1. That is, it is a certainty. The probability of the outcome for a single, randomly drawn card from a standard pack, is 7/13.

The probability of drawing a queen or king, in a single randomly drawn card, is 2/13. The probability of drawing one when you draw 45 cards without replacement is 1. The probability of choosing has nothing t do with the probability of drawing the card. I can choose a king but fail to find one!

11.05%

The probability, if the cards are not replaced, is 2,535,000/6,497,400 = 0.3902 approx.

If you select 45 cards without replacement from a regular deck of playing cards, the probability is 1. For a single randomly selected card, the probability is 2/13.