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  • 5 years ago

A single card is drawn from a deck. What is the probability of getting a queen or a king?

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  1. anonymous
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    Let's see. There are 4 kings and 4 queens in a deck of 52 cards. So, the probability of getting a king in a single draw is 4/52. The probability of drawing a queen is 4/52. Since these two events are mutually exclusive (can't both occur at the same time), you need to add the probabilities. The keyword "OR" is a good hint that you need to add the probabilities....so....

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    2/13 is the simplified answer

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    can i give you my answers for the next two question and you tell me if im right or not

  4. anonymous
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    k

  5. anonymous
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    Find the compound interest. prin=2,000 rate=16% time=2 years my answer is $691.20

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    I got $754.25 Let me write a detailed expl....

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    thats not one of my answers

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    the directions are asking for the "compound interest"?

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    yes

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    I've got $2754.25 as the amount accumulated after 2 years,, difference of $754.25 from the principal. Hmmm. Does it indicate if the interest is compounded quarterly, annually, semi-annually, daily....???

  11. anonymous
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    If so, it requires a different formula

  12. anonymous
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    The one that I used is for continuous compounding

  13. anonymous
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    Annually

  14. anonymous
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    okay,, let me change formulas

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    ok

  16. anonymous
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    your answer is correct...I got the same thing. The number of compounding periods will be important.

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    . Find the missing numbers. cost =350 Selling price N/A Markup on =cost Markup Rate=70% Markup Amount N/A MY answer : Selling Price = $947.00, Markup Amount = $478.00

  18. anonymous
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    I don't know about this one.

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