Probability

A game begins with two cards being dealt from a standard deck of 2 cards. To win this game, the next card must be the same as either of these first two cards, or fall between them. If the first two cards are a 4 and a 9, what is the probability of winning the game?

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asked by Anna
  1. you need a 4,5,6,7,8,9

    There are 20 cards(above) which are in the deck to win, of a deck of 50 cards.

    Pr(win)=20/50

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