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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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What is the probability of picking a diamond out of a 52 card deck of cards?

The probability of picking a diamond out of a standard deck of 52 cards is 13 in 52, or 1 in 4, or 0.25.


What is the probability of picking a picture card from a normal pack of 52 playing cards?

There are 12 picture cards in a 52-card deck, so 12/52 which simplifies to 3/13, or 23.1%


What is the probability of picking a 9 in a deck of cards?

The probability that a single card, drawn at random, is a 9 is 1/13.


What is the probability of picking an ace or picture card from a deck of cards?

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.


Picking 4 cards out of a deck of 52 what is the probability of picking 3 from one suit and 1 from another suit?

To determine the probability of picking 3 cards of one suit and 1 card of another in a standard 52 card deck, consider each card one at a time. The probability of picking a card in any suit is 52 in 52, or 1. Since there are now only 12 cards in the first suit, the probability of picking a card in the same suit is 12 in 51, or 4 in 17, or 0.2353. Since there are now only 11 cards in the first suit, the probability of picking a card in the same suit is 11 in 50, or 0.22. Since there are still 39 cards in the remaining three suits, the probability of picking a card in a suit different than the first is 39 in 49, or 0.7959. The probability of picking 3 cards of one suit and 1 card of another in a standard 52 card deck is, therefore, the product of the probabilities of each card, or (52 in 52) (12 in 51) (11 in 50) (39 in 49), or 267696 in 6497400, or 0.0412, or about 1 in 25.

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What is the probability of picking any red-coloured card from a pack?

If it is an ordinary pack of playing cards then the probability is 0.5


What are the chances of picking a black coloured card out of a pack of cards?

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


What is the probability of picking a kinggueen or jack from a pack of playing cards?

For a single card, picked at random from a well shuffled normal pack the probability is 3/13.


What is the probability of picking a diamond out of a 52 card deck of cards?

The probability of picking a diamond out of a standard deck of 52 cards is 13 in 52, or 1 in 4, or 0.25.


What is the probability of picking a face card in a standard deck of cards?

3 out of 13


What is the probability of picking a picture card from a normal pack of 52 playing cards?

There are 12 picture cards in a 52-card deck, so 12/52 which simplifies to 3/13, or 23.1%


What is the probability of picking one card from a standard deck of cards and having it be a face card?

12/52nd


What is the probability of picking a 9 in a deck of cards?

The probability that a single card, drawn at random, is a 9 is 1/13.


What is the probability of picking a six of diamonds out of a 52 card deck of cards?

1/52


What is the probability of picking a card that was either red or black?

In a normal deck of cards, it is 1.


What is the probability of picking a card at random from a pack of cards and getting a spade?

It is 1/4.


What is the probability of picking a picture card at random from a standard deck of cards?

It is 3/13.

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