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Consider a standard deck of 52 playing cards with 4 suits.

What is the probability of randomly drawing 1 card that is both a red card and a face card?

(Remember that face cards are jacks, queens, and kings.)

Enter your answer as a fraction in simplest form, using the / symbol, like this: 5/14

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  1. so, there are 6 red face cards, right?
    what do you think?

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