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Q: How many red face cards are there in a set of playing cards?

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6; King, Queen and Jack of hearts and diamonds.

In a standard deck of playing cards, there are 26 red cards.

Counting aces as face cards, there are 8.

Red cards will be a 1/3 chance to pick out of three cards .

The probability of picking one red card of a deck of 52 playing cards is 26 out of 52, or 1 out of 2.

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6; King, Queen and Jack of hearts and diamonds.

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In a standard deck of playing cards, there are 26 red cards.

Counting aces as face cards, there are 8.

26

There are 13 red heart cards and 13 red diamond cards. There are 4 six cards; 2 of which are red. So, on a standard deck of 52 playing cards how many cards are red or 6 is 13+13+2 = 28.

The hearts and diamonds are the red playing cards.

The probability of getting a face card or a red card in a standard deck of 52 cards is (26 + 12 - 3) in 52 or 35 in 52 or about 0.6731.26 red cards, 12 face cards, and 3 red cards that are also face cards.

half not including the jokers

There are two red queens in a standard deck of playing cards: the queen of hearts and the queen of diamonds.

There are 26 red cards in a deck of cards, 13 of which are Hearts, the other 13 are Diamonds.

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