anonymous
  • anonymous
suppose that you draw 2 cards from a standard deck. How many possible draws are there? what is the probability that you drew a pair of 6's? what are the odds against drawing a pair of 6's?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
How many cards are there?
anonymous
  • anonymous
...52
anonymous
  • anonymous
52

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anonymous
  • anonymous
When you draw one card, now how many cards are there?
anonymous
  • anonymous
...51
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes 51
anonymous
  • anonymous
the number of cards is the number of possibilities, and you multiply the possibilities
anonymous
  • anonymous
52*51 = total possibilities
anonymous
  • anonymous
so there are 2652 possibilites right...and how can i find out the possibility of drawing a pair of 6's?
anonymous
  • anonymous
how many sixes are there before you draw any?
anonymous
  • anonymous
that's what i dont know it does not say
anonymous
  • anonymous
there are four sixes in a deck
anonymous
  • anonymous
so 24
anonymous
  • anonymous
no, the "6" in this case is just a place holder, not a possibility
anonymous
  • anonymous
so then there would only be 4 possibility because there are only 4 cards of 6's right
anonymous
  • anonymous
there are 4, then when you draw one, there are 3 to select. So the total possible ways to get your desired outcome is 4*3 = 12 to make this into a probability, divide by the total possibilities (52*51 from before)
anonymous
  • anonymous
and how would i find the "odd" against drawing a pair of 6's? what does it mean by od
anonymous
  • anonymous
*odd
anonymous
  • anonymous
odds means probability. I don't know if odds against is different than odds for something, if it is, then you may have to subtract the answer from 2652/2652 or 1.
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is either (4*3)/(52*51) = 1/221 or 220/221 if odds against means the odds that you WON'T get a pair of sixes. What do you think it means?
anonymous
  • anonymous
that wont get a pair of 6's
anonymous
  • anonymous
anothr quick question: suppose you roll a pair of dice. what is the possibility you roll a total of 9? is it 2 out of 6

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