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One card is drawn at random from the card of 52 cards then what is the probability but the card drawn from face card

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    This makes no sense.... <<what is the probability but the card drawn from face card >>

    If you mean, what is the probability it is a face card, well, there are 12 face cards (J,Q,K of four suits), then
    Pr(face)=12/52

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