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List the outcomes considered a failure, as well as the probability of failure, for the experiment.
Experiment Success P(success)
Card game drawing a heart 0.24


drawing a spade, club, or diamond 0.77
drawing a spade 0.76
drawing a spade, club, or diamond 0.76
drawing a spade 0.66

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