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Is this correct? If one card is drawn from a regular deck of cards,what is the probability the card will not be an ace? 1/13 is the probability

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    The probability it WILL be an ace = 1/13. The probability it will NOT be an ace = 1 - 1/13 = ?

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    No, 1/13 is not correct. There is a 12/13 probability that the drawn card is NOT an ace.

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    Alex , I had answered your question before you reposted it
    http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1352503674

    By not checking your old posting you are causing other tutors to do unnecessary and extra work.

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