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An ace,king,Jack of Clubs or Queen of Diomonds Occure While Drawing aCard frrom a Deck of Well-Shuffeled ordinary Deck of Playing cards Find the Probability?

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    You spelled the subject wrong.

    Are the ace and king of clubs suit or any suit?

    Since you say "or" and not "and", is only one card being drawn?

    The probability of one drawn card being one of four possible cards is 4 out of 52, or 1/13.

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