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what is the probability in deck of card (52 card) that you get : 1. harts 2. a queen

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please explain first if possible thanks . :)
P (hearts) = total heart/ 52
13/52

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1/4 make sense since i know thew are 13 of each suit. explain the reasoning plz
The definition of probability = total hearts/ total card
what about the queen?
P ( queen) = total queen/ 52
4/52 or 1/13
I don't know how many Queen? check your note!
there are 4 queens in deck of card for sure.
So P (Queen) = 4/52
how far did you go in maths?
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