Q: What is the probability of drawing a red card and a number 7?

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Since 1/2 of the cards are red, the probability of drawing a red card is 1/2 or 0.5.

There are 2 red suits and 2 black suits. Therefore the probability of drawing a red card is 1/2. Or 50% chance.

it is a 1/4

It is 20/52 or 5/13.

This is a conditional probability, given the card is red, what is the chance it is a heart. Since there are 2 red hearts, the probability if 1/2

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The probability of drawing a red card is 1/2 (26/52).The probability of drawing a face card is 3/13 (12/52).The probability of drawing a red face card is 3/26 (6/52).The probability of drawing a red card or a face card is 8/13 (32/52).2 out of 52or 1 out of 26.

Since 1/2 of the cards are red, the probability of drawing a red card is 1/2 or 0.5.

The probability is 1/2.

There are 2 red suits and 2 black suits. Therefore the probability of drawing a red card is 1/2. Or 50% chance.

13 out of 52. _____________________ It should be 20 out of 52 if Ace is included as a number card. Not including ace the probability is 18 out of 52.

The probability of drawing a red or black card from a standard deck of playing cards is 1 (a certainty). This is because these are the only options available.

What is the probability of drawing 3 red cards (hearts or diamonds) from a standard 52-card deck? Enter your answer as a number rounded to 2 decimal places.

after drawing the red card; deck status is:25 red and 26 black cards, total 51 cardsFirst part, drawing 13 black cards:probability of drawing 1st black card: 26/51probability of drawing 2nd black card: 25/50and so on .......till, probability of drawing 13th black card: 14/39overall probability= 26/51 * 25/50 * ...... 14/39Second part, drawing 13 red cards:probability of drawing 1st red card: 25/51probability of drawing 2nd red card: 24/50and so on .......till, probability of drawing 13th red card: 13/39overall probability = 25/51 * 24/50* ...... 13/39

it is a 1/4

The probability of drawing a red card followed by a spade is (1 in 2) times (1 in 4), or 1 in 8, or 0.125. The probability of drawing a spade followed by a red card is (1 in 4) times (1 in 2), or 1 in 8, or 0.125. Since you have two distinct desired outcomes, add them together, giving a probability of drawing a red card and a spade of 0.25.

It is 20/52 or 5/13.

The probability of drawing two red cards with replacement is (1 in 2)2 or (1 in 4) or 0.25