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How many cards in a deck ?

Umm... im not sure

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There are 52 cards in a standard deck. Divide by 4 to get the number of cards of each suit.

...huh?

I would guesstimate a little less than 1400 to 1

What does google say?

hey I'm here now

so a i got 1/4. what is b?

Chance according to Google is 0.003940. or about 254 to 1 so it looks like I probably erred.

so b is 254/1?

or .004?

Do u know anyone online right now that can give me assistance now?

The Google solution involved a flush in any suit not just clubs.

huh?

So what would my answers be?

You requested the probability of a flush in clubs only.

Yea. thats what the question said

how would I start answering B?

Ok so b would then be 12/51?

Here is mathmate. hopefully shed some light on this.

I have (a) 1/4
(b) 12/51
now c?

Okay I got that for (b) too!:) Im not sure how to find c now

Sorry but I have to now run, you are in good hands.

Would (c) be 11/51 then?

Sure!

Thanks! how do i begin c?

c) What is the probability that the third card dealt is a club given that the first two were clubs?

For the third club in a row, how many clubs are left?
and how many cards are left in the deck?

since there are 14 clubs in a set, then we would have 11 left right?

because b is 12/51? and were losing another so would c be 11/51?

is that for b or c?

10/49?

We have only drawn 2 clubs out of 13, how many left?

11

Its ok. but is 11 right?

(c)
Also, drawn two cards (clubs) out of 52, how many left?

50

so 11/52 would be c?

I mean 11/50!!!!

Okay, and yes

so (d) is: 10/49?

Looks good so far. Keep it up, you're almost there!

Im a little confused on f and g!

Have you done conditional probability before?

Kinda

When it says product, do I just multiply a-e?

so f is then: 11880/23990400??

Then would g be the decimal value of f?

It's almost correct, but you need to simplify it to the simplest form. Can you do that?

I was gonna ask u lol, I'm not sure how to simplify it... im trying

I have 495/999600 so far

for f..

33/66640

Is this f?? 33/66640

Factors that you can cancel are like 36...

That is correct.

Ok thank you! now, g?

Now try (g)

hmm?

*chances

Right!
That's. I hope you are better prepared for the next question.

But what would g be??

4 times what you got for (f).

so is it: .002?

but thats lower than f.

Oh oak!! thanks for all your help

You're welcome! Good luck with your homework/exam! :)

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