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Directions: Suppose you have a standard deck 52 cards (4 suits: hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades each suit has 13 cards (1/4 of the deck) and those 13 cards include one ace,and numbers 2 through 10 and 3 face cards: a jack a queen and king) suppose you pick a card at randome and then without replacement the first card you pick another card randomly.

Question:
A) what' is the probability that the second card you draw is a heart given that your first draw was heart?
B) what is the probability that your second card is heart in general regardless of the card you drew first?

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  1. If you have a heart the first time then there are only 12 hearts left out of 51 cards

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