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If one card is randomly picked from a standard deck of 52 cards, the probability that the card will be a number from 2 through 10, or a Heart, or both, is:
a. 51.9% (27/52)
b. 69.2% (36/52)
c. 76.9% (40/52)
d. 94.2% (49.52)

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