8th Grade Algebra
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If Julie draws a card from a standard deck of wellshuffled playing cards, what is the probability that he draws either an ace or a heart?

In a standard deck there are 13 hearts and 4 aces. However one the hearts is an ace. So we're talking 13+4=17 cards, but then subtract one (16) for the ace of hearts that would be repeated if counting the hearts and aces separately.
So 16/52 is the probability. This can be reduced to 4/13. 
how do you convert 4y6x>12

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