# Math Probability

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Using a standard deck of 52 cards find each probability.

1.)King, queen, or black card

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I will assume you are drawing one card

number of favourable outcomes
= 4 kings + 4 queens + 26 black cards - 2black kings - 2black queens
= 30

prob(king or queen or black card ) = 30/52 = 15/26

spade or hearts = 13 + 4 - 1 = 16
prob = 16/52 = 4/13

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