# Math

You draw five cards from a standard deck of 52 cards. P(heart) = 4/5 (fraction). What type of probability is illustrated and why?

Theoretical; the result is based on the number of possible outcomes**

Theoretical; the result is found by repeating an experiment

Experimental; the result is based on the number of possible outcomes

Experimental; the result is found by repeating an experiment**

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1. Your given example illustrates a case where there is a definite number of ways for things to happen, thus it is a theoretical probability situation, you had that one.

But you said:
You draw five cards from a standard deck of 52 cards. P(heart) = 4/5 (fraction)

Did you mean there is at least one heart in your selection?
That would be close to 4/5 but not equal to 4/5

Prob. of at least one heart when drawing 5 cards from a full deck
= 1 - prob(no hearts at all)
= 1 - C(39,5) / C(52,5)
= .7785

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2. Hi Reiny,

Thank you for taking the time out of your day to help me!

To answer your question, not sure. I just wrote out the question that was given to me with the answers I was considering.

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3. Reiny you are so , The answer is D. Experimental ;the result is found by repeating an experiment.

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