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September 3, 2014

September 3, 2014

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**Math for educators**

If a two card hand is dealt from a well-shuffled deck of 52 cards, what is the probability that the hand contains two kings?
*May 30, 2010 by Erin*

**Math Probability**

consider the experiment of selecting a card from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards and determine the probability of the stated event. A red card or a card showing a 5 is drawn. There are 26 red cards and 2 extra fives. Would my answer be 28/52?
*April 27, 2010 by Bart*

**Statistics**

Two cards are drawn from an ordinary deck of cards, and the first is not replaced before the second is drawn. What is the probability that one card is an ace and the other is a king
*April 2, 2013 by Michelle*

**Math **

What ratio represents the probability of drawing a red card from a standard deck of 52 cards?
*April 24, 2010 by Dee *

**Math **

What ratio represents the probability of drawing a red card from a standard deck of 52 cards?
*April 24, 2010 by Dee *

**Moanalua Middle School**

One box contains six color cards: two blue, three yellow, and one orange. Another box contains four number cards, numbered 1, 2, 3, and 4. One card is picked at random from each box with replacement. find the probability of blue, then 1.
*May 18, 2012 by Fred*

**MAth Probability**

Determine the probability of each of the following types of poker hands a. Two pairs (two cards of one denomination, two cards of a different denomination, and one card of a denomination other than those two denominations) b. One pair (two cards of one denomination and three ...
*February 9, 2012 by Matt*

**Statistics**

You draw two cards from a standard deck of 52 cards and replace the first one before drawing the second. Find the probability of drawing a 4 for the first card and a 9 for the second card. Round your answer to the nearest thousandth. 0.039 0.019 0.155 0.026
*June 14, 2010 by John*

**Moanalua Middle School**

One box contains six color cards: two blue, three yellow, and one orange. Another box contains four number cards, numbered 1, 2, 3, and 4. One card is picked at random from each box with replacement. find the probability of yellow, then less than 4.
*May 18, 2012 by Junior*

**Basic Math**

I'm really stuck in this question can someone please help me out in this one. Two cards are drawn without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards. What are the odds against drawing a club and a diamond?
*August 9, 2009 by Maria*

**Math**

Two cards are drawn without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards. What is the probability that both are spades if the first card drawn was a spade? Answer: 12/51 24%. Is this right?
*August 3, 2009 by B.B.*

**Statistics**

You draw two cards from a standard deck of 52 cards and replace the first one before drawing the second. Find the probability of drawing a 4 for the first card and a 9 for the second card. Round your answer to the nearest thousandth. 0.006 0.039 0.019 0.155 0.026 which wwould ...
*June 15, 2010 by Jacob*

**Math**

a card is selected at random from a standard deck of 52 cards. what is the probability of it being a red jack?
*May 18, 2010 by MAMAbrown*

**Probability**

A player is randomly dealt a sequence of 13 cards from a standard 52-card deck. All sequences of 13 cards are equally likely. In an equivalent model, the cards are chosen and dealt one at a time. When choosing a card, the dealer is equally likely to pick any of the cards that ...
*February 21, 2014 by Art*

**Math**

I was wondering if someone could help me check my work on this problem and see if I'm correct. Consider the experiment of drawing two cards without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards. What are the odds in favor of drawing a spade and a heart? There are 52 ...
*November 28, 2009 by Punkie*

**math**

Two cards are drawn without relplacement from a shuffled deck of 52 cards. Determine the probability of each event. a)The first card is a heart and the second card is Q of hearts. P(BlA)=P(A&B)/P(A) (13/52)(1/51)/(1/4) = 1/51 How is this method incorrect?
*May 5, 2009 by sh*

**Math**

The number of red cards in Lyle's trading card collection is directly is proportional to the number of yellow cards. At one point, Lyle's collection consisted of 56 red cards and 224 yellow cards. If r represent the number of red cards, and s represents the number of yellow ...
*April 6, 2013 by Anne*

**statistics**

Three cards are drawn from a deck without replacement. Find these probabilities. a)all are jacks b)all are clubs c)all are red cards
*July 30, 2010 by kathy*

**math**

Two cards are drawn without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 cards. What is the probability that the second card is a face card, if the first card was a queen? Would this be 11/51?
*November 28, 2010 by m*

**MATH!! probability**

Two cards are drawn without replacement from a deck of 52 cards. Determine P(A and B) where A : the first card is a spade B: the second card is a face card please help!!
*January 9, 2011 by chris*

**math**

dale placed six cARDS IN A BAG.QONE CARD IS LABELD 1,TWO CARDS ARE LABELD2,AND RTHREE CARDS ARE LABELD 3.FIND THE PROBABILITY OOF PICKING TWO CARDS IN THE ORDER OF THE NUBERS LISTED TH EFIRST CARD IS RETURNED BEFORE THE SECOND IS PICKED ..... P,(1,2) P(3,NOT1) p(NOT2,2) P(1,3...
*May 22, 2007 by sam*

**Probability**

The probability of drawing a red Jack or red Queen from a standard deck of cards is...? 1/13, 12/13, 4/13, or 9/13?
*January 1, 2010 by Anna*

**Math**

Probability: There are 10 yellow cards, 6 green, 9 orange, and 5 red cards in a stack of cards turned face down. Once a card is drawn, it is not replaced. What is the probability that you will select 2 yellow cards?
*April 5, 2010 by Joe*

**MATH Prob.**

Two cards are drawn without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards. What is the probability that the second card is a face card,if the first card was a queen?
*August 8, 2009 by Twg*

**probability/math**

Three cards are drawn without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards. What is the probability that the second and third cards are kings if the first card was not a king?
*December 7, 2009 by Brian*

**Math**

Question: You are randomly dealt 5 cards from a standard deck of 52 playing cards. What is the probability that you have at least 4 cards of the same suit? My solution: 4 [ P(4 of the same suit) ] - because there are 4 different ways to get 4 of the same suit, Clubs, Hearts, ...
*September 3, 2007 by Kenny*

**8th grade math **

A box contains 6 red balls, 4 white balls, and 5 green balls. If three balls are drawn in succession without being replaced, what is the probability that they are drawn in the order red, white, green? A x 8/225 B x 4/91 C x 12/445 D x 1/225...
*April 28, 2011 by Lo*

**statistics**

Three cards are randomly chosen, without replacement, from a standard deck of 52. The random variable X represents the number of hearts cards chosen. Construct the probability distribution for X.
*June 27, 2012 by Anonymous*

**math**

Two cards are drawn without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards. What is the probability that the second card is a spade if the first card was not a spade?
*September 24, 2009 by chandice*

**Math/ Probability**

Two cards are drawn without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards. What is the probability that both are spades if the first card drawn was a spade?
*May 12, 2010 by lisa*

**Math**

You pick two cards from a deck of 52 cards. Find the probability that the first card was a spade given that the second card was a spade.
*December 5, 2012 by Maria *

**math - help please**

Assume that 2 cards are drawn in succession and without replacement from a standard deck of 52 cards. Find the probability that the following occurs: the second card is a 9, given that the first card was a 9.
*July 6, 2013 by sarah*

**Math**

In how many ways can four spades be drawn from a standard deck of playing cards with out replacement?
*May 8, 2012 by Ashley*

**MATH**

if you draw two cards from a deck of 52 cards without replacing the first card, what is the probability that you will draw a spade and another spade?
*December 18, 2012 by bryce*

**statistics**

You have an interesting deck of cards: there are an unknown number of different types of cards, each card type is repeated many times (let's say infinitely), if these cards are placed face down, how many must you flip over before you are fairly confident you have found all the...
*February 12, 2010 by Ryan*

**geometry**

Jorge put colored cards into a bag. Two of the cards were green, three were red, one was orange, two were blue, and two were purple. Jorge wants to find the probability that he will pull an orange card from the bag. What step does Jorge take to determine the number of possible...
*May 2, 2013 by Samantha*

**Statistics**

Two cards are drawn in succession from a standard deck of 52 cards without replacing the first one before the second. a) Are these outcomes are independent? Why? b) Find P ( 3 on 1st card and 10 on the 2nd card) c) Find P( 10 on the 1st card and 3 on 2nd card) d) Find the ...
*March 9, 2010 by Katlyn*

**math**

bill and anig both have baseball cards. aniq has four times as many cards as bill. the number of cards aniq has is equal to the number of cards that bill has plus 60. determine how many cards aniq has. This becomes a direct translation of the "English" into math. let the ...
*April 23, 2007 by ashley*

**healthcare laws and ethics**

HCA/260.need help understanding malpractice suits
*October 10, 2010 by cathy*

**Probabilities**

1.) two marbles are drawn without replacement from a bowl containing seven red, four blue, and nine yellow marbles. what is the probability that at least one is red? 2.)a card is drawn from a standard deck of 52 cards. what is the probability that the card is neither a four or...
*November 9, 2010 by J*

**Probabilities**

1.) two marbles are drawn without replacement from a bowl containing seven red, four blue, and nine yellow marbles. what is the probability that at least one is red? 2.)a card is drawn from a standard deck of 52 cards. what is the probability that the card is neither a four or...
*November 9, 2010 by J*

**Math check answer **

Two cards are drawn without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 cards. What is the probability that the second card is a spade if the first card was not a spade ? 13/51 is that correct, do I need to reduce this number?
*January 17, 2010 by Christy*

**Math check answer**

Two cards are drawn without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 cards. What is the probability that the second card is a spade if the first card was not a spade ? 13/51 is that correct, do I need to reduce this number?
*January 17, 2010 by Christy*

**Math check answer**

Two cards are drawn without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 cards. What is the probability that the second card is a spade if the first card was not a spade ? 13/51 is that correct, do I need to reduce this number?
*January 17, 2010 by Christy*

**Math check answer**

Two cards are drawn without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 cards. What is the probability that the second card is a spade if the first card was not a spade ? 13/51 is that correct, do I need to reduce this number?
*January 17, 2010 by Christy*

**bus stats**

A deck of playing cards contains 52 cards, four of which are aces. What is the probability that the deal of a five-card hand provides: a. What is the appropriate probability distribution for X? Explain how X satisfies the properties of the distribution. b. A pair of Aces? c. ...
*March 25, 2011 by Mich Mich*

**Discrete Math**

You have two decks of 26 cards. Each card in each of the two decks has a different letter of the alphabet on it. You pick at random one card from each of the two decks. A vowel is worth 3 points and a consonant is worth 0 points. Let X = the sum of the values of the two cards ...
*November 15, 2011 by Martin*

**math**

Two cards are selected at random without replacement from a well-shuffled deck of 52 playing cards. Find the probability of the given event. (Round your answer to three decimal places.) find the probability that A pair is not drawn.
*November 8, 2011 by Rico *

**Math**

Here's a chalenging one that i can't do at all. A deck of cards has 6 yellow, 6 green, and 5 black cards. You pick four cards from the deck. Cards are not returned after they are picked. What's the probability of picking- first not green, second not green, third not black, ...
*March 9, 2007 by Jason*

**Mathematics for Liberal Arts**

Using a Standard deck of 52 cards, what is the probability of drawing four aces in a 5-card hand?
*October 23, 2010 by Sasha*

**Math-Probab.**

In a deck of 52 cards there are 13 hearts. If 3 are drawn from the deck, without replacement, what is the probability that all 3 cards will be hearts?
*February 26, 2012 by Jane*

**math**

a clothing manufacturer has 100m of silk and 180 m of wool. to make a suit requires 2m of silk and 3m of wool and to make a dress requires 1m of silk and 2m of wool. if the profit on a suit is 108$ and the profit on a dress is 60$ how many suits and dresses should be made to ...
*March 12, 2007 by susey*

**Probability**

Five cards are drawn from an ordinary deck without replacement. Find the probability of getting a. All red cards b. All diamonds c. All aces
*April 29, 2011 by Michelle*

**math**

A card is pulled from a well shuffled deck of standard playing cards and then put back in the deck. A second draw is made from the deck. What is the probability that an ace was drawn both times
*April 27, 2011 by Lo*

**math**

A card is pulled from a well shuffled deck of standard playing cards and then put back in the deck. A second draw is made from the deck. What is the probability that an ace was drawn both times?
*April 29, 2011 by elizabeth*

**math**

A card is pulled from a well shuffled deck of standard playing cards and then put back in the deck. A second draw is made from the deck. What is the probability that an ace was drawn both times?
*April 29, 2011 by elizabeth*

**Probability/Combinatorics**

If 4 cards are drawn at random from a standard deck of cards, what are the odds, or probability, that the first three will be of the same suit and the fourth of another suit?
*July 20, 2012 by Jay*

**Math**

" kelly has twelve cards numbered 1 to 12. what is the probability of picking three even-numbered cards consecutively, if the first two cards are not replaced?
*November 1, 2013 by Elizabeth*

**Math **

Tom has some baseball cards and football cards. He had four times as many football cards than baseball cards. He has 12 football cards. How many baseball cards does Tom have?
*April 5, 2013 by Kristy*

**ALGERBRA**

IF YOU ARE DEALT 5 CARDS FROM A SHUFFLED DECK OF 52 CARDS, FIND THE PROBABILITY THAT ALL 5 CARDS ARE HEARTS. FIND THE PROBABILITY THAT 4 CARDS ARE HEARTS.
*June 13, 2014 by JOHN DUNN*

**Math**

One card is selected from a deck of playing cards. Determine the probability of selecting: a card greater than 9 or a black card. hmmmmm....i don't play cards, i'm not even sure how many is in a deck...38??
*July 23, 2011 by Jen*

**Algebra102**

A standard deck of cards is shuffled and one card is drawn. Find the probability that the card is red or a jack.
*May 20, 2010 by NatoshaMarie*

**drawing**

21) The number of oil spills occurring off the Alaskan coast A) Discrete B) Continuous Find the odds. 22) When a single card is drawn from an ordinary 52-card deck, find the odds in favor of getting a red 10 or a black 6. A) 2: 25 B) 1 : 13 C) 1 : 25 D) 1 : 12 23) If the ...
*June 10, 2011 by candy*

**algebra 2**

Two cards are randomly drawn from a standard deck replacing the card after the first draw. Find the probability of drawing a Jack followed by an Ace.
*May 21, 2010 by Thomas*

**Math**

A state lottery requires you to choose 4 cards from an ordinary deck: I heart, 1 club, 1 diamond, and 1 spade in that order from the 13 cards in each suit. If all four choices are selected by the lottery, yo win $5,000. It costs $1 to play. Find the expected payback.
*April 2, 2013 by Devin*

**math**

There are 5 yellow cards, 4 red cards, and 1 purple card. He draws a card at random, replaces it, and draws a second card. What is the probability that both cards will be red?
*November 25, 2012 by marissa*

**math**

Two cards are drawn wtihout replacement from a shuffled deck of 52 cards. What is the probability that the second card is each card? a) an ace P(BlA)= P(A&B)/P(A) P(BlA) = (1/208)/(1/52) =1/4 :S did I use the correct formula? The answer didn't come out correct
*May 4, 2009 by sh*

**Algebra 2**

Two cards are randomly drawn from a standard deck without replacing the card after the first draw. Find the probability of drawing a spade followed by a heart?
*February 28, 2012 by Megan*

**math**

A deck of cards has three yellow cards and five green cards. One green card is drawn from the deck and not replaced. One more card is randomly drawn. Find the probability that the second card is yellow.
*May 9, 2012 by saraneka*

**math**

Marion has 4 cards, Jake has 4 cards, and Sam has 3 cards. Can you write a multiplication sentence to find how many cards they have in all? Explain.
*October 12, 2010 by Dayviana*

**math**

Assume that you randomly select 8 cards from a deck of 52. What is the probability that all of the cards selected are hearts?
*February 15, 2012 by Kelly*

**math**

If you are dealt 6 cards from a shuffled deck of 52 cards, find the probability of getting 3 jacks and 3 aces.
*June 25, 2014 by Junior*

**NEED HELP PLZ!!! STATS**

Three cards are selected, one at a time from a standard deck of 52 cards. Let x represent the number of tens drawn in a set of 3 cards. (A) If this experiment is completed without replacement, explain why x is not a binomial random variable. (B) If this experiment is completed...
*October 23, 2011 by Jennifer*

**Math**

Three cards are selected, one at a time from a standard deck of 52 cards. Let x represent the number of tens drawn in a set of 3 cards. (A) If this experiment is completed without replacement, explain why x is not a binomial random variable. (B) If this experiment is completed...
*October 21, 2011 by Jen*

**Stats**

Three cards are selected, one at a time from a standard deck of 52 cards. Let x represent the number of tens drawn in a set of 3 cards. (A) If this experiment is completed without replacement, explain why x is not a binomial random variable. (B) If this experiment is completed...
*October 23, 2011 by Jennifer*

**3rd grade math**

Marlon has 4 cards, Jake has 4 cards, and Sam has 3 cards. Can you write a multiplication sentence to find how many cards they have in all? Explain
*November 28, 2010 by alejandra*

**HISTORY**

which president filed the most anti trust suits mckinley teddy roosevelt taft woodrwo wilson cleveland
*October 25, 2009 by Ryan*

**Please help! im so confused!**

You draw two cards from a well-shuffled deck of 52 cards. After you draw the first card, you do not replace it in the deck. The probability of drawing the ace of diamonds on your first draw is 1/52. What is the probability of P(get king of clubs on second draw | get ace of ...
*May 4, 2013 by algebra 2*

**Finite Math**

Assume that you randomly select 8 cards from a deck of 52. What is the probability that all of the cards selected are hearts?
*February 15, 2012 by Rachel*

**Statisttic**

If 3 cards are drawn, without replacement, from a deck of 52 cards, the probability of getting 3 7's is [x]. Round to 5 decimal places.
*April 12, 2014 by Anonymous*

**math**

three(3) cards are drawn from a deck of playing cards.find the probability that the first card is red,the second card is a black king,and the third card is a black king
*March 12, 2012 by crystal*

**math**

to win 1 million dollars,you must draw two cards whose sum is 9 , from a stack of cards numbered 1 though 10 .After the first draw, you replace the card and shuffle the stack again for for the second draw. Wat is the chance your two cards will have a sum of nine?
*March 3, 2010 by holly*

**math**

suppose you own a card shop. you buy one line o cards at a rate of 4 cards for $5. You plan to sell the cards at a rate of 3 cards for $5. How many cards must you sell in order to make a profit of $100?
*September 17, 2013 by Lorraine*

**Math**

Did I do this problem right? Consider the experiment of drawing two cards without replacement from an ordinary deck of playing cards. What are the odds in favor of drawing a spade or a heart? Answer: P(Spade)*P(Spade)=(13/52)x(13/51)=169/2652=0.06372. Is this right? Thanks.
*August 13, 2009 by B.B.*

**Math help**

1. You roll a number cube numbered 1-6 12 times. p(5)= 2\3. what type of probability is illustrated and why? 2. You draw five cards from a standard deck of 52 cards. p(heart)= 4\5. what type of probability is illustrated and why?
*March 18, 2014 by Anonomyous*

**Math**

Two cards are drawn without replacement from a well shuffled deck of 52 cards. What is the probability that the second card drawn is a heart, if the first card drawn was not a heart?
*September 21, 2011 by Chantel*

**statistics**

A SINGLE CARD IS SELECTED FROM A STANDARD DECK OF 52 CARDS. IF YOU KNEW THAT THE CARD WAS A PICTURE CARD, WHAT IS THE PROBABILITY THAT IT WAS ALSO RED?
*February 27, 2012 by jade*

**Statistics**

Five cards are drawn at random without replacement from and ordinary deck of 52. What is the probability all 5 cards are from the same suit?
*April 6, 2010 by Kassie*

**Math**

A card is drawn at random from a standard deck of 52 playing cards. What is the probability of drawing a red card or a black face card?
*April 30, 2014 by Jessica*

**math**

Katie had a pack of twenty four cards numbered 1- 24. She arranged the cards into 6 piles. No more than 2 piles had the same number of cards the numbers on the cards in each pile added to the same total. What was the total and how could this be solved
*October 2, 2012 by Tricia*

**math**

In a game of blackjack, each player is dealt two cards from a standard 52-card deck. If the first card is 10 of clubs, what is the probability that the second card is heart?
*April 21, 2011 by Meghan*

**4 grade**

To win $1 million, you must draw two cards whose sum is nine from a stack of cards numbered 1 through 10. After the first draw, you replace the card and shuffle the stack again for the second draw. What is the chance that your two cards will have a sum of nine?
*January 27, 2010 by Anonymous*

**math**

To win $1 million, you must draw two cards whose sum is nine, from a stack of cards numbered 1 through 10. After the first draw, you replace the card and shuffle the stack again for the second draw. What is the chance your two cards will have a sum of nine?
*December 8, 2011 by angel*

**math**

To win $1 million, you must draw two cards whose sum is nine from a stack of cards numbered 1 through 10. After the first draw, you replace the card and shuffle the stack again for the second draw. What is the chance that your two cards will have a sum of nine? Please help me...
*January 27, 2010 by An*

**math 4th grade**

To win $1 million, you must draw two cards whose sum is nine, from a stack of cards numbered 1 through 10. After the first draw, you replace the card and shuffle the stack again for the second draw. What is the chance that your two cards will have a sum of nine?
*February 7, 2010 by Vann*

**Math**

To win one million dollars, you must draw two cards whose sum is nine, from a stack of cards numbered through 10. After the first draw you replace the card and shuffle the stack again for the the second draw. What is the chance that your two cards will have a sum of nine.?
*January 11, 2011 by kelsey*

**math**

In a shuffled deck of 52 cards, we remove 1 card (we don’t know which one) and use LINEAR SEARCH to find the two of clubs. a. What is the average cost to find the two of clubs, if it is guaranteed to be in the deck? b. What is the average cost if the two of clubs is equally ...
*July 14, 2014 by Raymond*

**algebra 2**

Two cards are randomly drawn from a standard deck without replacing the card after the first draw. Find the probability of drawing a spade followed by a heart. Please type your answer as a fraction.
*May 21, 2010 by Thomas*

**math**

Consider the experiment of drawing two cards without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards. #1. What are the odds in favor of drawing a spade and a heart? Coin question... What are the odds in favor of getting at least one head in three successive flips of a coin?
*November 24, 2009 by PD*

**statistics**

I have an ordianry deck of 52 cards, which has 26 red and 26 black cards. A friend shuffles the deck and draws cards at random, replacing the card and reshuffling after each guess. I attempt to guess the color of each card. A. what is the probability that I guess the color ...
*March 9, 2008 by virginia*

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