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You are playing a card gam e with a full deck of 52 cards. You win if you draw a red card that is a mltiple of 5. What are your chances of winning on your first draw?
For me will be 4/52 . It's that correct?

asked by Mina
  1. Yes.

    Or you could reduce it to 1/13

    posted by Ms. Sue

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